spotlight productions has created hundreds of hours programming for Canadian networks, garnered over one million online views and screened theatrically in dozens of cities around the world — including the Toronto International Film Festival. Company principals have been involved in the development, production and sale of programming that has aired in Canada, the United States, England, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Africa and beyond.
spotlight productions is in development on a number of theatrical, broadcast, commercial, corporate, marketing, retail, educational and
non-profit projects. With a heavy focus on UHD 4k digital production and access to the newest camera and editing equipment on the market, spotlight productions is committed to capturing intriguing stories in groundbreaking ways.
Ravinder Minhas is the executive producer of all spotlight productions projects. Ravinder’s credits include the feature documentary Living Proof (Toronto International Film Festival official selection), the award-winning documentary series TELUS Originals, Hockey United for Rogers, CBC’s Hell or High Water: Rebuilding the Calgary Stampede and the series Let’s Talk English.
Jyoti Auluck oversees corporate administration and business affairs
at spotlight productions, in addition to coordinating production management of the company’s numerous projects.
Her credits include the Toronto International Film Festival selection Living Proof, CBC’s Hell or High Water, and Hockey United and Let’s Talk English for Rogers.
Now known across the country as a lead on the hit CBC reality series Dragons’ Den, Manjit Minhas also has numerous off-camera television credits to her name.
Behind the scenes, executive producer Manjit is a specialist in logistics and sourcing. Manjit helps oversee various spotlight productions projects ranging from documentaries to commercials to corporate videos.The company’s current slate includes 360 broadcast TV episodes annually.
VP Development Tyler McLeod has been involved in the creation, sale, production and distribution of more than $60 million in budgeted production and 800+ hours of television.
Tyler created the Cooking Channel series Best in Chow and produced the Toronto International Film Festival selection Living Proof. He also wrote the docs Visions of Hope and Hell or High Water: Rebuilding the Calgary Stampede, and developed the formats Let’s Talk English, Hockey United and Good Taste for Rogers.
Tyler began his career with the Sun Media newspaper chain. His writings appeared in the Sun for more than a decade.