An Insider’s Guide to Working as a First Assistant Camera
Being a 1st Assistant Camera (1AC) in a documentary in Canada is a unique and challenging experience.
The Power of Sound Recording on Location
The importance of sound in creating an immersive and interesting film is often overlooked. In fact, there are situations in which sound is more crucial than visuals. This blog will discuss the significance of sound in film and the importance of recording it on location.
Filmmaking with First Nations: A Journey Through Canada’s Indigenous Communities
Filmmakers who collaborate with Canada’s Indigenous communities should honour the significance of Indigenous voices and stories.
The 10 Most Scenic Road Trip Routes for Filming in Canada
Canada’s various landscapes and beautiful natural settings make the country a popular choice among filmmakers looking for exceptional locations.
Filming a Documentary in Canada: Guide for Broadcasters and Directors
Documentary filmmaking in Canada, explore the numerous opportunities and services that are available to filmmakers in this amazing country.
Filming in Ontario
As a province renowned for its natural beauty and diverse landscapes, it’s no surprise that Ontario has become a hotbed for cinematographic activity.
The Director of Photography
As a cinematographer, the art of capturing light and movement on film is a passion and a science. The role of the DP, or director of photography, is to visually tell the story through the lens of the camera, creating an emotional and immersive experience for the audience.
Safety and Planification First
When shooting in a remote location, what years of experience have taught us. Have a plan in place for emergency evacuation and communication, in case of accidents or injuries.
Imelda the movie, a truly great experience
As the Director of Photography for the short film “Imelda,” it was an incredible experience to work alongside the talented Martin Villeneuve and contribute to bringing his grandmother’s story to life on screen. The film, which follows the larger-than-life character of Imelda as she faces a bucket-list of challenges in the years leading up to her 100th birthday, was based on real events and delves into the ties that bind a family together.
Filming in Yukon Backcountry
The Yukon backcountry is a breathtaking and remote wilderness that attracts many film and documentary crews each year.