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003-100 Arthur St
Winnipeg, MB
CANADA

(204) 795-0506

Prairie Boy Productions was established in 2013 by Winnipeg-based Producer Orlando Braun and partnered with Jorge Requena to create high-quality, strong and wholesome stories for Film, TV and other multimedia platforms.

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Prairie Boy Productions was established in 2013 by multi award-winning bowtie-clad prairie boys Orlando Braun and Jorge Requena Ramos to create high-quality, strong, engaging and insightful stories for Film, TV and other multimedia platforms.

These prairie boys are also the only fully fluent Spanish, German, and English film/video production company in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and aim to bring fun stories to bring on social change.

Our productions are insightful and aim to alter the status quo and changing the way we see a particular subject.

At Prairie Boy Productions, we are driven to make film-making fun again with all our cast and crew, and also for our clients and partners.  We produce a range of content from documentary to fiction films, from TV programs to feature films [original productions and service productions] to live events, web content and we even enjoy sprinkling in some short films and music videos!

We are the only fully fluent Spanish, German and English production company based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada with access to not only the most talented crew, but the highest tax credits in the country.

We are the only fully fluent Spanish, German and English production company based in Winnipeg, Canada with access to not only the most talented crew, but the highest tax credits in the country.

RECENT FILMS:

That Mennonite Joke (2016) Documentary/Comedy for MTS TV & Bravo [Bell Media]

That Mennonite Joke (2016)

Documentary/Comedy for MTS TV & Bravo [Bell Media]

Graffiti Stories: From Dark Alleys to Bright Futures (2014) Documentary / Hip Hop / Art / Music film for MTS TV Stories From Home

Graffiti Stories: From Dark Alleys to Bright Futures (2014)

Documentary / Hip Hop / Art / Music film for MTS TV Stories From Home

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We work with some of the most talented creatives in the prairies. Photo by Margita Braun  

We work with some of the most talented creatives in the prairies.

Photo by Margita Braun