Over the past few years we have been travelling to film panels at conventions. From high-energy, fast-paced events where anything can happen in the blink of an eye to informative talks about more serious topics, we are there to capture it all.

We believe there is more to making a worthwhile video than simply putting the footage in the right order. You have to match the feeling at the time. Let the audience experience even a little of what it is like being at the event. This theory applies to everything from fake wrestling panels to weddings to birthday parties.


We love to travel and experience the local flavour of everywhere we go. We have started to produce some short travelogues to show these journeys in creative and fun ways. These types of videos also display our ability to take an assortment of footage from an event and turn it into a story that leads the viewer forward and left wondering what is going to happen next.

This is also a keen way of relaying information about a time and a place in a more intimate fashion. Rather than just placing the camera in a corner and letting it roll, we are in the thick of things, giving the personal experience that the audience can relate to.


From October 2012 to May 2016 Eric ran a film troupe specialising in comedic shorts and awesome live events. In the 3.5 years the group was active he wrote, directed, and edited over 60 short films along with producing 6 unique live shows all around Regina, Sask.

Chelsea was a key component of the troupe by running camera and audio equipment, being a solid member of the writer's room, and doing anything it takes to make sure the job gets done and everyone is having a great time doing it.

With each film we strive to create something new, interesting, and exciting. We love playing with the form and function of film while still telling an interesting story. While involving over 80 local actors, filmmakers, and artists, we have travelled far and wide across the spectrum of filmmaking, but there is still plenty of space to explore.