Gala Awards Ceremony
Saturday, June 2, 2007
Celebration Awards Ceremony
Friday, June 1, 2007
Westin Bayshore Vancouver

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The LEO AWARDS are produced by Troika Productions Inc.
& Events One Management Inc.

Troika Productions Inc.
[email protected]

Walter Daroshin is the President of Troika Productions Inc. Established in 1988 the company has been active in film and television, event-production, and publishing. Involved with raising capital for many new public and private ventures he was the host of a syndicated radio program reporting on the world of personal finance. Prior to this, he worked as a professional photographer, allowing him the opportunity to both travel and live in India, Nepal, Peru, Mexico, England, and throughout North America.

A former member of the Canadian Association of Financial Planners, Captain of the National Advertising Benevolent Society of Canada, and founding Director of the Stein Valley Voices for the Wilderness Society, he is a past Vice-Chair of the British Columbia Motion Picture Association and past Publisher of Shared Vision Magazine. Awarded a CTV Fellowship to the Banff International Television Festival in 1993 and 1994, he has adjudicated the British Columbia Arts Awards Program, the Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, and the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television’s Gemini and Genie Awards.

Currently, he is the President of the LEO AWARDS and Vice Chair of the Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Foundation of British Columbia. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Vancouver Waldorf School Society, and is a founding Member and Trustee of the Hands In Peace Foundation.


Since established, the company has been involved in a variety of film, television, and multimedia projects including...


LEO AWARDS (founding president) founded in 1996 the LEO AWARDS have grown to become the largest regional film and television awards program in North America.

Shared Vision Magazine (publisher) through balanced and topical editorial, Shared Vision advocates a model of healthy living that integrates social, physical, intellectual and spiritual growth. 40,000 copies circulated monthly throughout British Columbia.

Pacific Profiles (writer, producer, director) introduces 156 unique individuals drawn from a cross-section of society including entertainers, athletes, activists, spiritual leaders, and artists. The series of 78 half-hour episodes, produced over three years and broadcast nationally on CTV, offers a glimpse into the heart and soul of some of Canada's most accomplished individuals, allowing them expression through commentary on a variety of subjects and issues.

Body & Soul (30 min - writer, producer, director) two women begin the healing process and gain spiritual awareness through physical challenge, Teru Teru Bozu (30 min - producer, director) a behind the scenes look at the making of The War Between Us, The Magic Of The Celts (30 min - producer) a poetic look at the mystery of Celtic consciousness, Totem (30 min - writer, producer, director) a documentary on the creation of the world's tallest totem pole, Maharani And The Maple Leaf (60 min - producer) an adaptation of Jan Derbyshire's award-winning stage play, Spirit Of The Dragon (30 min - writer, producer, director) a magical mystical view of the history and legend behind Dragon Boat racing, Iron Horse (30 min - writer, producer, director) a journey filled with country music and rail travel through the Canadian Rockies, Stage Left (60 min - writer, producer, director) profiles two extraordinary couples who work and play in the arts, and Stein Valley Voices For The Wilderness Festival (60 min - producer) a look at environmental and aboriginal issues within British Columbia and abroad.

The War Between Us (producer) written by Sharon Gibbon and directed by Anne Wheeler, takes place during World War II in the interior of British Columbia and deals with the effects of the Canadian Government’s policy of internment on the West Coast Japanese community. Broadcast in over 30 countries and screened at over 15 film festivals throughout the world. Winner of the Monaco Red Cross and the UNDA Silver Dove Awards at the 1996 Monte Carlo Television Festival, Gold Special Jury Awards at Worldfest Houston and Worldfest Charleston, Finalist Award at The New York Festivals, a Gemini Award for Best Original Music, the 1996 British Columbia Motion Picture Association LEO AWARD for Best Picture, and the 1996 CableACE Award for Best International Dramatic Special/Movie.

Events One Management Inc.

Events One Management Inc., a sister company of Hamazaki Wong Marketing Group is a group of skilled individuals who bring a diverse combination of valuable marketing and sales disciplines to each and every project it works on.

Events One Management is a professional, full service event management agency that provides its clients with smart, cost-effective strategies and programs designed to achieve measurable business results.

Its team of professionals draws upon its experience in marketing, advertising, public relations, project development, project management, event production, graphic design, promotion, and sales. Events One can also provide integrated, creative, event management services, including sponsorship sales and service, event marketing, graphics & design, site management and complete event production.

The Events One Management Inc. list of projects includes: eWorld Exhibition and Conference, The LEO AWARDS, The Alcan Dragon Boat Festival, the Adidas Vancouver International Marathon, World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention, 1999 California Dragon Boat Festival, First Night Vancouver 2000

Events One Management Inc.
#700-1155 West Pender St,
Vancouver, BC Canada V6E 2P4
Tel: (604) 688-3721
Fax: (604) 669-2288
E-mail: [email protected]

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