Fifty Film Trailer

Fifty is a short film about a long run. The documentary follows an amateur runner (Erick Thompson) as he tackles his first ultra marathon in the mountains. The 50-mile (80km) course runs along an ancient Indigenous pathway and is part of the historic HBC fur brigade route. In 2017, Mountain Madness, the organizers of the Fat Dog 120, created the Brigade Trail Race along this route. The race was on hiatus in 2019 when we shot the documentary, so we recruited some friends to set up aid stations. They also crewed the film. The trail crew included Chris Stenberg, Jon Wilson, Richard Sullivan, Wells Gaetz, Brandyn Steele, Grant Stevely and Tarynn Liv Parker.

Matt Fortuna joined the run and helped ensure the success of the project. We also had valuable coaching advice from Louise Blais, Andrew Dingwall, Gary Robbins and Eric Carter. Thank you to our stellar crew and supporters for making this project possible. Special thanks to Similkameen Valley Planning Society, Mike Stohler and HümaFifty is an official selection of the Toronto Short Film Festival. The film will be online later in 2020.

Map: Hope Mountain Centre

The Path to Sustainable Farming | Steve Brown

Learn all about Summerland farmer Steve Brown‘s sustainable practices on his apple orchard. We were thrilled to work with Steve on this fun and timely video which is published on Now You Know, an educational technology YouTube channel. Now You Know features videos on everything from Tesla and other electric cars, to vermicomposting and banana ice cream. The ‘Path to Sustainable Farming’ video features some stock drone imagery shot by Steve’s good friend Brad. Thanks for making the material available Brad. And thank you Steve for inviting us to be part of this project.

RDOS Emergency Operations Centre

2018 Spring Freshet

Since April 2018, we’ve been providing communications services for the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen based in Penticton, BC. The main focus of our work has been in the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC). This video was created during the 2018 spring freshet. It features former RDOS emergency program coordinator Paul Edmonds discussing response measures. Aerial footage was provided by Hummingbird Drones. As a result of our work with the RDOS EOC, we were asked to create a short video series for Boundary Flood Recovery in Grand Forks, BC. Both projects are examples of how ET2media is working with local governments to share important and timely information.

 

Riding the Giant

The Giant’s Head Freeride is one of the best skateboard competitions in the world.

The annual event attracts riders, spectators and support teams from around North America and beyond.

http://www.giantsheadfreeride.com/

Giant’s Head Freeride is presented by Landyachtz.

http://landyachtz.com/

The event offers opportunities to train with the Pro’s, test your courage on the steep hills and winding turns and have an amazing time in beautiful Summerland, BC.

Footage recorded June 27, 2017.

https://www.facebook.com/Summerland-Skatepark-Committee-1720113561554311/?fref=ts

From The Dark Water

We’re proud to share our new video featuring Dubh Glass Distillery in Oliver, BC. This project was a pleasure to work on. Not only did we get a behind the scenes look at what goes into making craft spirits, we also saw the passion Grant Stevely has for his art. Stevely is a student of the industry. He has travelled across Canada and the United States attending workshops on both distilling and distillery operations. As you’ll see in the video, Stevely loves to talk about whisky and complex quality spirits. Enjoy.

 

 

 

BC Hockey | Lessons From Behind The Glass

This is the first in a series of educational videos we’re working on with Groove-V Productions and BC Hockey. “Lessons From Behind The Glass” is a parent education series featuring author Allyson Tufts. The videos are designed to educate and inform parents about their actions and interactions during hockey games. The “Lessons From Behind The Glass” video series was inspired by the book written by Allyson Tufts. Video production took place in Abbotsford and Coquitlam. Post-production work was completed in Penticton.

http://lessonsfrombehindtheglass.com

Penticton Indian Band

On Set With Dermal Systems

Dermal Systems Video Shoot

Dermal Systems Video Shoot

René Serbon is an entrepreneur who appreciates the value of good visual content. Over the past year, we’ve been working with René to create a variety of promotional and training videos. René shares this content directly with clients using her social media channels and through private website links. Our latest project with René is a short promotional video which she is planning to use as her ‘elevator pitch.’ The video will offer current and future clients an inside look at what drives René to be the best in her field.

http://dermalsystems.com

 

 

Aboriginal Business Match 2015

ET2media is proud to be working with Raven Events and Communications. We are providing videography and post-production services for Aboriginal Business Match 2015 events across Canada.

ABM is the most powerful Aboriginal-driven business development event in Canada.

http://www.aboriginalbusinessmatch.com

 

Creating Visual Content

If you own a business, you have a lot to think about. Creating visual content isn’t always high on the list. Aesthetics educator and professional René Serbon is an exception. To celebrate the 4th anniversary of her skin care company Dermal Systems, Serbon launched a short web video. She collaborated with ET2media to gather video footage during the 2015 Esthétique Spa International (ESI) trade show at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

“I’m incredibly proud that Dermal Systems is growing and reaching new markets every year. Having a booth and leading several workshops at ESI Vancouver provided a great opportunity for our team to celebrate, and showcase our products and services,” says Serbon. “Creating a video of this event lets us show our customers around the world what we’re up to.”

Visual content from the ESI show was also shared on Serbon’s social media channels during and after the event. This included short video clips created specially for Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Considering the cost involved in attending trade shows, it’s important that business owners take every opportunity to gain earned and shared media for their efforts.

http://dermalsystems.com