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This video was shot during March of 2015 on location in Banff, Alberta to celebrate the marriage of Keshia Wallin and Jason Weatherald.
MTS Allstream hired us to profile some of their young technology employees who help Connect Manitoban’s.
Dirty T Shirt Productions is proud to announce the production of a 52 minute documentary for MTSTV.
On the prairies of central Canada, a group of innovators works together against all the odds, to build a world class facility to kick start their local economy.
The premiere of this movie is Friday January 16th 2015 at Burton Cummings Theatre at 6 PM. Click here to to reserve your spot. Tickets are free.
The documentary will be available on MTS Stories From Home following the premiere on January 16th.
We shot this video towards the end of summer for J&G Homes out of Brandon, Mb.
They will be use this on their website, social media, e-mail and to enhance their Search Engine Optimization.
We were on site and shot 6 videos with them over 8 days. Below is an example of some of the videos.
Both of these films are available 24/7 on MTS Stories From Home for MTS Cable subscribers.
The message that we were focusing on was that Cory served both families and individuals, re-locations and investment buyers.
I’m not typically the type of person that gets really excited about new gear but the new Phantom DJI2 Drone that we’ve added to our gear at Dirty T Shirt Productions is truly an incredible piece of hardware.
The chopper is GPS enabled meaning it knows where it took off from so it can return in an emergency and it maintains your height or course that you set it on.
We attach a GoPro3 to the belly of the bird and it has a gimbal that you control from the remote control allowing you to tilt the camera up and down.
We created this video to help launch their brand and showcase their members and the unique part of the world that they live.
The video will be played on their website, social media, email campaigns and before the movies at the Countryfest Community Cinema.
Whiteboard videos are a unique way to create engaging animated videos quickly and easily.
To start telling your story with custom animation contact us today.
Chris Mitchell, Steve Langston and Ryan Mitchell recently sold their film “Riding North” to the radX TV channel. The film followed Langston on a 30-day bike tour through the Yukon and North West Territories.
I was fortunate enough to receive a digital camera for Christmas from my parents around 2003 and it was a pivotal moment in my life. I never considered myself artistic because I couldn’t draw. I now realize that my worldview on arts and creativity was flawed and that I had lots to offer in the creative space.
This September I had one of the biggest honours of my life when Travel Manitoba named me their Aspiring Youth for my dedication to tourism in the province.
Those people that know me understand that I am passionate about Manitoba because it was the quality of life and stunning parks that have led me towards an understanding of sustainability and a motivation to preserve our ecosystems globally.
In the tourism space we work with a long list of clients in Manitoba including:
Also recognized were the 2 books that I have authored including Canada by Bicycle and Manitoba by Bicycle. A sincere thank you goes out to Erin Brown of Brandon First for nominating me! Thanks Erin you are awesome!
On September 1st we started production on Tailwind: Prairie Harvest a 22 minute documentary for MTSTV.
Over 17 days we cycled 1200 KM’s around Manitoba consuming only food grown in the province of Manitoba.
The trip was inspiring, challenging and fun! We ate a lot of spelt ( flour ) honey, oats, vegetables, eggs, canola oil and whatever else we could get our hands on!
We met a fascinating group of food producers from across Manitoba who inspired us with their work ethic, progressiveness and kindness.
Each day we edited a short video about each day and people tuned in from across the world in real time to see how our bike tour was going. During our trip we had over 5,000 unique viewers and strong interaction on Facebook and Twitter.
You can watch one of the episodes below or click here to head to our website to watch all 17 episodes.
Expect the 22 minute documentary to premier on MTSTV this fall!
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