We're a video production company born and based in Winnipeg, Canada. But, we move about the world from time to time. Where've we are we bring stories, ideas and brands to life in imaginative and beautiful ways.
A compendium of our work over the last few years.
Past meets present in this kaleidoscopic promotional video for the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s 75th anniversary. Principal Amanda Green dances against a backdrop of projected archival images while Dead Horse Beats’ bass-y, percussive hip hop keeps things fresh.
In 1936, many Anishinabe were expropriated from their land in order to create Riding Mountain National Park. With an aim towards preservation, conservation and recreation, Parks Canada burned homes, alienated and angered the Anishinabe and forbade anyone from utilizing the plants for medicines for over 60 years. Makwa Mee Nuun tells the story of three generations of Anishinabe medicine women – two related by blood, each by friendship – who continue to pick medicinal plants in the area and actively work towards reconciliation with Parks Canada.
Manitoba is amazing! And, we had the job of a lifetime working on the new Travel Manitoba Canada’s Heart Beats campaign. Belugas, polar bears, beaches, lakes, and snakes. Manitoba is much more than you might think. Watch the "Surprising Discoveries" video we made and start planning your next trip!
Have you always wanted to help save the world by composting, but just didn’t know where to start? Watch the quirky compost evangelist Linda Olsen show you how food gets turned into plant fuel with basic steps and some insider tips.
Coffee. It’s aromatic. It’s caffeinated. It’s also musical.