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GOPRO powder day edit


Here is a short edit shot entirely with the GOPRO camera. This is what a typical powder day is like at Whistler Blackcomb. Shot in March 2011


You can check the video in HD Here

A Thirst Quenching Quest "Whistler Beer Brewskis Entry" TOP 5 FINALIST


Whistler Beer had a contest entitled "brewskis" during the 2010 Whistler Film Festival. The top prize was a hefty 5k. A tight production schedule for the Horrorfest entry "Early Evening of the Meth Head Hipsters" tied up most of the regular production team throughout the month of October. Taylour Loughran and I found some time to produce this short entry that made it to the top 5! It is a story about a lost beer and its quest to find a thirsty owner. Thanks to the GO PRO HD helmet camera we were able to gather very unique underwater shots of the beer's journey. Enjoy!


Click to watch video Here

"Early Evening of The Meth Head Hipsters" WINNER Best In Show


A local Horrorfest contest entry produced by our friends at Foresight Pictures took top place in the 2010 Heavy Hitting B-Grade Horror Fest! Originally the film was to be shot in Squamish with toys like the RC Helicopter, a Cineflex Rig and ziplines. However, due to an overcast weather forecast we moved the shoot to Vancouver. This was by far one of the most challenging shoots largely due to the uncooperative weather. After overcoming many obstacles, the Foresight Pictures team was able to finish with an exceptional product. The horrorfest is always a very interesting night, taking place at the upscale Chateu Fairmont. The film played to a sold out 1200 person crowd (mostly Whistler locals) with 80% of attendees in costume. I provided camera / crane work for the winning production and also streamed the Horror Fest event live to the internet. Check out the winner below.


You can check the video in HD Here


"Out Of The Shadows" WINNER Best Big Mountain Film at IF3!

Our friends at Dendrite Studios have recently released their debut ski film entitled "Out Of The Shadows". It is a ski film featuring the many talented and local Whistler Skiiers. It is extremely well shot and cut so it was no suprise when it won "Best Big Mountain Film" at Montreal's IF3 Film Festival. Congrats Dendrite! The film is on sale for a "pay what you want rate" at the dendrite website

Precip Productions was pleased to make a contribution in shooting and pre planning this film. Keep your eye out for some of our remote controlled helicopter shots in Chris Turpins part. Also be sure to check out Maxim Arsenaults part. You can check the teaser in HD Here

The War of 1910 and/or 1924 - WINNER PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD - 2010 Telus WSSF Filmmaker Showdown


The war of 1910 and or 1924: A movie about a Whistler tour group dumbfounded by a mysterious old man in a bar when he tells them the "true" story of how Whistler was founded. This was our most recent entry for the 2010 Telus 72hr Filmmakers showdown held in Whistler BC. The movie was a coproduction between Foresight Pictures and Precip Productions. This was by far our biggest 72hr production to date and it proved to be the most grueling 72 hrs yet. The team was massive and everybody worked relentlessly throughout the duration of the movie, often with no sleep. We were honoured once again to make it to the finals and have our movie screened in front of an audience of 1800. As always, this year the bar was raised and competition was incredibly stiff. We were happy to take home the "Peoples Choice" award. The key scene for our film was a "Braveheart" inspired scene with the Intrawestians vs. Locals & Myrtle Philip. We imagined having hundreds of people in the scene and physically, that was nearly impossible. So instead we took about 35-40 people and cloned them thanks to our "Special-efexican" Pancho de Anda.


Congrats to the team for all the hard work. We are looking forward to next year!


Below is a link to the movie and a behind the scenes recap of how the movie was made (cameras provided by Contour HD)

You can check the movie in HD Here

The Staff: A Ski Bum Musical - 72hr Filmmaker Showdown WINNER!


I had the privileged of working together with Patrick Henry and Johnny Fleet of Foresight Pictures on a 72 Hr Filmmaker Showdown entry this past year.


The idea was a musical, an overwhelming project to pull off in 72hrs (3 days) no doubt, but we gave it a shot. With an exceptional, multi-talented team and such a efficient work flow we were able to pull it off successfully.


The night of the screening had 1700+ people giving us a standing ovation for the film.


You can check the video in HD Here

Taylor and I provided cinematic crane / Jib Arm to help with cinematic flow.

You can check the movie in HD Here

Kevin Landry Edit: Pinkbike Video Of The Year WINNER!


A production of ours recently won Pinkbikes voters choice "2009 Video Of The Year". Thanks for the votes!


You can check the video in HD Here


Shot on a HVX 200a during the summer and fall seasons of 2008 with the use of dolly's, cranes and zip lines.


Location : Sea to Sky Corridor(Vancouver - Whistler British Columbia: Canada)


Produced By: Justin Hannewyk, Taylor Loughran, Matthieu Preville

Vacuum Schmacuum - 2010 Vancouver 24 Hour Film Race - WINNER AUDIENCE AWARD

I recently participated in a 24 hour Film Race submission. I provided the crane work and the post production assistance. It was a fun project and we were awarded the Audience Award for the Vancouver Region.

You can check the video in HD Here

FilmRacing.com's 2010 Vancouver 24 Hour Film Race Submission.

A distracted man is left for the day by his wife to clean up the apartment. While doing everything but cleaning, he ends up vacuuming a little more than dust...

"I Love My Toyota" Contest Entry

The great people at Toyota launched a contest to promote their new 4Runner SUV's.

The goal of the contest is to demonstrate what you do with your truck and how much you love it.

Since I don't own a Toyota, we called up my friend Kevin Landry and Taylor Loughran. Kevin has a truck and Taylor is an overall lens slayer.

Patrick Henry joined us with his new glidetrack and I brought out my jib arm for the production. Everything was shot on DSLR cameras.

The concept was simple; Kevin rides mountain bikes and builds trails for people to enjoy. Taylor has every viewpoint and money spot in the sea to sky corridor in his brain at all times.

You can check the video in HD Here

Kokanee Crankworx Daily Coverage

Crankworx is a massive Mountain Biking festival / contest held every year in Whistler B.C. The festival is comprised of a number of contests in a wide variety of categories. Over the years, it's popularity has significantly increased and the most exciting of all is the very intense "slope style" competition ( qualifying episode 5 and final episode 7).

Once again, I had the pleasure of editing together the daily webisode recaps of what went down at the 2010 Crankworx mountain biking festival. The episodes were featured on the official Crankworx website front page. The webisodes were produced by Whistler Creek Productions. Be sure to check out days 5 and 7, each episode has a unique editing flavor.

You can check the video in HD Here
Heli Video Pro's Remote Controlled Helicopter Cameraship  E-mail
Written by Justin Hannewyk   

Check out our sister company, Heli Video Pros at www.helivideopros.com .  Please view the demo reels in the video section.

 

 
Recco Training Film  E-mail
Written by Justin Hannewyk   

Recently, Whistler Creek Productions produced Recco's newest avalanche safety training film. This film will be internationally distributed to all that use the Recco system. I provided the post productions services, including the editing and narration production. Here is a mini cut from the safety training video.

 

 

 
Whistler Beer "Brewskis" Contest Entry among Top 5 Finalists  E-mail
Written by Justin Hannewyk   

Whistler Beer had a contest entitled "brewskis" during the 2010 Whistler Film Festival. The top prize was a hefty 5k. A tight production schedule for the Horrorfest entry "Early Evening of the Meth Head Hipsters" tied up most of the regular production team throughout the month of October. Taylour Loughran and I found some time to produce this short entry that made it to the top 5! It is a story about a lost beer and its quest to find a thirsty owner. Thanks to the GO PRO HD helmet camera we were able to gather very unique underwater shots of the beer's journey. Enjoy!

 

 
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