WHO WE ARE
Oya Media Group is a Black women-led production company. Our mission is to thrive in the Canadian and International media marketplace and contribute our voice to an underrepresented demographic, concentrating on new forms of socially relevant diverse content.
OYA MEDIA GROUP production ‘mr.jane and finch’ makes u.S. premiere
Oya Media Group production Mr. Jane and Finch makes its U.S. Premiere at the Black Star Film Festival on August 2. Director Ngardy Conteh George and editor Sonia Godding Togobo head to Philadelphia for the documentary screening and will be a part of the Q&A.
Then on August 24, the film makes its Atlanta premiere at the Bronze Lens Film Festival. Director Ngardy Conteh George and Producer Alison Duke will be in attendance for the Q & A.
OYA MEDIA GROUP attends MIPDocs and MIPTV
Oya Media Group represented by founders Alison Duke and Ngardy Conteh George attends MIPDocs and MIPTV 2019 to bring several projects to the international market. OMG attendance at MIPTV is featured in The Business of Film here.
MR. JANE AND FINCH - TV HOUR DOCUMENTARY - CBC DOCS POV
Long-standing community activist and amateur documentarian, Winston LaRose has dedicated the last 25 years to supporting the troubled community of Jane and Finch; with gentrification high up on the political agenda, the man affectionately named Mr. Jane and Finch, decides to challenge the traditional powers for the city councillor seat of ward 7.
Directed by Ngardy Conteh George, produced/written by Alison Duke and Ngardy Conteh George
*World Premiere - Toronto Black Film Festival
Cool black north - 2 hour tv documentary - ROgers city tv
Directed by Alison Duke, Cool Black North is a Rogers City TV production that explores the unique and vibrant Canadian Black Community and its role in our country’s contemporary identity.
Through a series of intimate profiles, we are witness to a wide spectrum of life experiences, including the arts, entertainment, law, business, science and social activism. Though each person’s pathway to success is unique, they all share a common purpose and strength in overcoming often racially-based obstacles to succeed at the highest levels in their respective fields.
Most importantly it’s their commitment to helping others and giving back to their communities that has earned them the recognition of the Harry Jerome Awards – these incredible people paint a diverse and compelling portrait of excellence in the documentary Cool Black North.