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Looking for Producers with Storyhive experience (Storyhive alumni to be precise) Great concept, fun team and a winning cast - we just need a Producer for our submission. Hit me up in the comments and we can IM. ... See MoreSee Less
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Director Tabatha Golat and I applied for a StoryHive grant to shoot a music video of the rootsy B.C. band The Whiskeyjays. We want to interpret their song "Summer Nights" visually so please vote and watch our pitch here:
In the video, Tabatha will show them playing music at a beach bonfire intercut with iconic images of summer--hanging out with friends, that first kiss, or the best road trip ever!
We're also asking for people's memories of a perfect summer night that we'll incorporate into the video. Cool, huh? Please support the project and we'll make a music video of this talented new band. (They're a great bunch of guys!) You can vote on every device you have, without registration, once a day for the next week.
Thanks for your support! ... See MoreSee Less
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WANTED A Non-union, actress for corporate shoot Tuesday in West Van. 35-55 old Paid! ... See MoreSee Less
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Quotation from the video series, "ABC's for the Actor." More to come. — Products shown: Personal Acting Coach.
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Tickets are going fast for the official Canadian theatrical premiere of the Vancouver shot film that the Hollywood News says is "destined to be an instant classic." Read the review: www.thehollywoodnews.com/2016/08/29/the-evil-in-us-review/
Watch the trailer: m.youtube.com/watch?v=N6ZbSolciiU
If you dig it and want to see it in theatre and meet the unfeasibly talented cast and crew at the Raven Banner premiere May 1 at the Rio Theatre order your tickets while they last: riotheatretickets.ca/events/5804-the-evil-in-us-filmmakers-in-attendance
Alternatively, you can order a hard copy now at: www.walmart.ca/en/ip/the-evil-in-us/6000196908279
or watch for it on VOD and Superchannel after May 1. #TheEvilinUs #VancouverFilm #indiehorror #RavenBanner #SandcastlePictures #RioTheatre ... See MoreSee Less
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If you enjoyed the selection last February at @RVCQF17 Short films Gala, don't miss this event #CinemaOnWheels #Wapikoni #short #films #Quebecfilmakers #Canada150 ... See MoreSee Less
Wapikoni mobile Cinema on Wheels Launch (VIFF Vancity Theatre)
April 23, 2017, 4:30pm - April 23, 2017, 8:00pm
FREE EVENT - Visiting Indigenous communities across Canada, Wapikoni Mobile’s travelling audio-visual studios offer youth the training and resources to reflect their realities through the medium of film. A showcase of just some of the accomplished, affecting and revelatory short films spawned from these stopovers, this special event will also be the official launch of Wapikoni’s national "Cinema on Wheels” tour that will roll eastward and stop in 100 Indigenous communities and 50 cities in a caravan doubling as a pop-up theatre. This new initiative is sort of the continuity of the workshops and will allow participants to share their voices, build bridges and reach out to a wider audience. These screenings will also create links between different Indigenous nations and communities, as well as help share experiences and raise awareness to non-Indigenous audiences. In partnership with Vancouver International Film Festival, UNESCO and Canada's 150th Anniversary of Confederation. *Tickets are free, but booking ahead is recommended. Seats are not guaranteed and will be allotted to ticket-holders on a first-come, first-served basis. Short Films featured: Airstrip - Dir. Hayley Nottaway (Kitigan Zibi) The Guest (L'invité) - Dir. Nick Rogers (Timiskaming) Ka Mitshelitakuess Auass (The Child Who Hammered Nails) - Dir. Isabelle Kanape (Pessamit) Cache-cache - Dir. Louisa Papatie (Kitcisakik) Mr. Sanderson - Dirs. Ray Sanderson, Terrie McIntosh (Pine Creek) Face or Profile - Dir. Sharon Fontaine (Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam) In Your Heart - Dir. Raymond Caplin (Listuguj) Nothing About Moccasins - Dir. Eden Awashish (Opitciwan) Wild Rice (Mnoomin) - Dirs. Alex Fox and Wikwemikong Department of Lands and Natural Resources (Wikwemikong) Where the River Widens - Dir. Zach Greenleaf (Gesgapegiag) My Father's Tools - Dir. Heather Condo (Gesgapegiag) Inuk Hunter - Dir. George Annanack (Kuujjuaq) We Will Rise (Nous Nous Souleverons) - Dir. Natasha Kanapé Fontaine (Montréal) Micta - Dirs. Elisa Moar and Marie-Pier Ottawa (UQAM)
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