Walter Daroshin, a longtime North Shore resident, is one in every of two StarWalk Stars whose identify can be added on the Granville Road sidewalk in downtown Vancouver this yr, an honour bestowed to high-profile artists and creators in British Columbia’s leisure trade.
Daroshin is the president of Troika Productions Inc., chair of The Movement Image Arts & Sciences Basis of BC, and a member of the Vancouver Worldwide Movie Competition’s advisory council.
He’s additionally the founder and president of the Leo Awards, which yearly honour the most effective in movie and tv within the province.
Troika Productions’ movie and tv packages have been broadcast in 30 nations and screened at movie festivals world wide, in keeping with a information launch from the BC Leisure Corridor of Fame.
With Daroshin’s induction, he joins greater than 300 earlier honorees who’ve been acknowledged for his or her important contribution to the province’s leisure trade and cultural panorama.
“The BCEHOF is proud and excited to current a really various and spectacular group of StarMeritus and StarWalk inductees who characterize creative excellence in British Columbia,” acknowledged Corridor of Fame president Rob Haynes, within the launch. “Whereas we’re restricted this yr on account of COVID-19, we look ahead to scheduling and celebrating their particular person inductions over the approaching months to honour their contribution.”