Category 'New Work'

Checkout our work in upcoming local tourism TV Show “COWICHAN” from DV Cuisine

New Work

We recently teamed up with Nick Versteeg of DV Cuisine to shoot some beautiful footage on location at Merridale Creek Ciderworks and Avril Creek Winery. The footage that our crew was able to shoot over the past weeks is just gorgeous with fruits in vibrant fall colours, local folks at work in the fields and atmospheric forest scenes. It will be featured as part of DV Cuisine’s new show “COWICHANa journey of art, food and culture profiling the beautiful Cowichan Valley, its people and of course some of its best local food and drink producers. We were so glad we could be a part of this terrific project and we encourage you to find our more at DV Cuisine‘s site and keep checking back for more news on this and other exciting local projects.

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Neovasc Company Video Series

New Work

We Are very pleased to announce the completion of a series of videos for the new Neovasc website. Neovasc is a premier developer of innovative vascular devices and related tissue products based in Vanocuver, BC. They have been enjoying  success in their sector but wanted to communicate to an audience beyond the medical device community.  It was imperative that their new website quickly and effectively convey what they do, why their products are different and why they are an excellent investment opportunity. Thats where our videos come in.

These videos were created in conjunction with Amanda Cooper PR, Dean Kalyan Photography and are an excellent example of the simple, clear and effective communication power that Cormorant Pictures video products provide. Please check out the videos on our portfolio page

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New Documentary-The Unity Wall

New Work

We are very pleased to announce that we have just released our latest project, Na’Tsa’Mant -The Unity Wall. This is a short form documentary about the amazing and beautiful “Unity Wall” Mural project at Ogden Point in Victoria BC.

Designed by local First Nations artists and painted by local youth from many backgrounds this project is raising awareness of the local first nations and their history in the area. Among the longest murals in Canada it also features the first public visual representation of the traditional language of the Songhees and Esquimalt people.

This film is a sequel to our earlier film Land and Sea that covers the first year of the project.

Please check out both films on our portfolio and learn more by visiting the project website.

 

 

 

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Our New Site!

New Work

We are so excited to be launching our new website! We’ve been working hard to finish it, and the day has finally come. Enjoy!

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