Project Category: Marketing Promotion

The Town of Carberry and the Municipality of North Cypress-Langford have a combined population of 4200 residents. We are growing and, unlike some parts of Rural Canada, we have seen new residents flock to the area. Our secret? We are a progressive, forward-looking community and, like our signs say, we are: “Your Road to Family. Friends....
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    Behind The Scenes Video production involved B- roll capture at various rural locations across southern and south eastern Manitoba with corn growers.
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https://vimeo.com/72910022 Behind The Scenes Interview with Curtis McRae St. Andrews Grain Farmer, Keystone Agricultural Producers Vice President on supporting agriculture production and environmental protection through 4R Nutrient Stewardship in Manitoba. Shot on location in St. Andrews municipality Manitoba.
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You may not know Miranda Bailey’s name, but you probably know her work. As an actress, writer, director and producer, Miranda Bailey has a hand in just about every aspect of the independent film business. Early in her career
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Retail chain store North Shore Outfitters window display promotion concept Behind The Scenes North Shore chain were looking for an eye catching visual display venue for upcoming sales promotions.
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US in Progress is a biannual event held in June during the Champs-Elysées Film Festival in Paris and in October during the American Film Festival in Wroclaw. It’s a five-year-old industry event that aims to strengthen transatlantic film
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US in Progress is a biannual event held in June during the Champs-Elysées Film Festival in Paris and in October during the American Film Festival in Wroclaw. It’s a five-year-old industry event that aims to strengthen transatlantic film
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With The Duke of Burgundy, the cinephilic English director Peter Strickland has made his third — and perhaps best — film to playfully riff on genre conventions. What begins as a bloodless tale of mistress and maid blossoms
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With The Duke of Burgundy, the cinephilic English director Peter Strickland has made his third — and perhaps best — film to playfully riff on genre conventions. What begins as a bloodless tale of mistress and maid blossoms
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