Shot during my time at Manitoba E-Association in 2004.
Designed to showcase the impact of the Broadband for Rural and Northern Development (BRAND) program.
This video utilizes a grass-roots approach to informing its audience on how access to high speed internet (true broadband) can allow rural communities to compete with large urban centers. Thereby leveling the playing field when it comes to access to information and communication compared to cities, allowing for both better support of local residence and the ability to attract new families into dwindling rural communities.
When shown to a room full of Canadian Federal Government ministers, it garnered a standing applause.
Shot using a Sony Handycam DCR-TRV22. I both shot and edited this piece together, as well as took a number of the photographs used in the end credits. Myself and Rob Lavin collaborated on the writing of the questions for the interviews. Edited initially using Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5, re-edited and compressed using Adobe Premiere Pro CS3.
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