For over 20 years In Sync Media has been producing award winning TV documentaries that have screened in major networks in Canada and at prestigious festivals around the world. In early 2007 the company started to produce Digital content which include websites, apps and games to enhance and extend the documentary viewing experience. In Sync Media works with award winning DOPs, Sound recordists, Editors, Designers and Developers with specialized skills to suit the needs of individual projects.
Lalita Krishna is a multiple award winning filmmaker whose work has been broadcast in Canada on all major networks, and featured at film festivals around the world.
An early adopter of new platforms for storytelling, Lalita produces games, apps and websites which complement and enhance the documentary viewing experience. She brings community involvement and user engagement strategies to the projects she develops and produces. Her projects have been acclaimed for their unique approach to building audiences.
Lalita is the winner of the 2013 Crystal award for Mentorship. She is the recipient of the 2012 Trailblazer award given by Reel World Film Festival and was honoured to receive the Dreamcatcher award given by the Hopes and Dreams festival, New Jersey for using her craft to better humanity.
Lalita is Co Chair of the Board of North America’s premier documentary festival Hot Docs and is the Co Chair of Ontario Chapter of the Documentary Organization of Canada.
As the world of television struggles with finding new ways to engage audiences, In Sync Media formed Breakout Media which launched the first cross platform interactive series for tweens on Global Activism… Breakout! is a 360 loop consisting of TV shorts shown on CBC Television in Canada, a website with games and opportunities for viewer interaction and user generated content.