ABOUT CANE BAY FILMS
Cane Bay Films produces independent broadcast and theater documentaries and films as well as videos for non-profits and socially responsible businesses looking to inspire, educate and inform. As a one-stop shop for production, we provide concept development, filming, editing, audience engagement and print collateral. A combination of compelling storytelling, stunning visuals and a passion for our clients’ mission is central to our success. Our work has been broadcast nationally and on NBC,ABC, CBS, PBS affiliates, screened in theaters, museums, film festivals, cultural centers, parks, and before members of Congress.
A graduate of Antioch College with a specialization in film studies, Founder and Owner Johanna Bermúdez-Ruiz has a passion for story-telling. Born in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, Johanna directed and produced the award-winning documentary, VIEQUES: AN ISLAND FORGING FUTURES, and recently completed the compelling and beautifully depicted feature-length documentary film, SUGAR PATHWAYS. Johanna was nominated Best Film Directed by a Woman of Color, and has won numerous awards including Maffa Film Festival Best Short Documentary, San Juan Cinema Fest Pitirre award for Best Short Documentary, and ImageNation Jury Special Mention Award.
Cane Bay Films is a firm believer in creative collaboration. We work with a talented collective of filmmakers, visual artists, editors, composers and cinematographers in order to ensure that we always achieve stunning results for our clients. Cane Bay Films works with our partners from pre-production (including conception and idea generation, script writing, casting, and talent selection) through post production (including final cut pro, audio, color correction, editing) to ensure our client’s vision is brought to life.