The producers at Banks Productions contacted us, with a generous referral from Electric Square, to develop a website for their production company. With a lengthy titles list, as well as several upcoming titles ready for broadcast, they wanted an online directory including connections to existing sales channels and social media. We created a website for them that carried their branding online, showcases their extensive catalogue and celebrates their passion as documentary filmmakers.
We were contacted by the producers at Storyline Entertainment, thanks to a referral from Xenophile Media, to develop a website in support of their co-production with filmmaker Lynn Glazier. The documentary co-production, “It’s A Teen’s World: Sex, Lies and Power Trips,” was broadcast on CBC television and focuses on the challenges and pitfalls of contemporary teens. This website serves as an online companion to the film, incorporating a synopsis and video clips from the documentary, Director's notes, resources for teens, parents and teachers, as well as short films created by the teens in the documentary.
Aglow with the success of our BREAKOUT! website project, the producers at In Sync Video (In Sync Media) asked us to redesign their company website. We created a look similar to the Breakout! Website, with grungy textures and using the In Sync Video complimentary colour palette of yellow and purple. A website maintenance contract was established to allow for quick updates surrounding soon-to-be-released projects, with follow up training for the company’s production assistants to maintain the website in-house.
Thanks to a referral from our friends at Phantom Compass, we connected with In Sync Video (In Sync Media) to develop a website in support of their teen-focused documentary television series. Inspired by the opening credits of the series, we created matching original artwork to carry the branding online. With such an information rich website, we created a simple navigation to lead visitors not only to weekly uploaded video episodes, but also interactive games and information on how students, teachers and parents can get involved and BREAKOUT!