Fullstory Film is a full service Video Production Company

focusing on branded content that tells a story.

 

 

 

Talent

In addition to shooting advertisements for clients like Hootsuite, Bayer Health Care, Lululemon, Coca-cola, Toyota and more, our team of industry professionals work in a range of mediums from Broadcast Television to Theatrical Feature Films. 

 

EQUIPMENT

We shoot on RED and ARRI Cinema-Grade 4k+ Cameras, the same brands used on major motion pictures.

 

Process

We value quality over quantity.  We limit our intake to 2-4 clients/month, ensuring that your dollars are invested in story, not the other stuff. Less overhead. More artistry.

Broadcast and Web Campaign for LATAM Airlines

 

Fullstory Film's team took to Colombia, South America for the production of a LATAM Airlines Commercial. The team was a medley of Canadian crew and Colombian locals. The production was filmed on the road from Medellin, Colombia to Cali, Colombia - through back alleys, into football stadiums, and around the abandoned ruins of former drug cartels. Guides and help along the way included local films students and the Colombian military whose contributions included feeding us and fixing our temperamental Land Cruiser. The project featured a host of Colombian talent from diverse backgrounds with original music composition by Canadian artist Matt Millz.

 
On the road from Medellin to Cali, Colombia.

On the road from Medellin to Cali, Colombia.

Imagery and EPK for Conde Nast Traveller Web Series

Fullstory Film's team was hired to create original content for print publication and as a part of the EPK for the web series "Eat, Stay, Love", featuring Vancouver finest boutique restaurants and hotels, including Opus, Vancouver's only Forbes 4-star rate boutique Hotel and Tojo's Sushi.

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Fort McPherson Tent and Canvas

 

The Government of the Northwest Territories commissioned Fullstory Film to profile Fort McPherson Tent and Canvas Company, a subsidiary of the Business Development and Investment Corporation, to increase trade and tourism to the arctic regions of Canada while promoting aboriginal artisans throughout the Territories.

 
A community staple, Ernest Vittrekwa and his grandson, featured in the video. 

A community staple, Ernest Vittrekwa and his grandson, featured in the video. 

Inside a fish smoking shack. Fishing and hunting remain a dominant part of aboriginal culture north of the 60th parallel. 

Inside a fish smoking shack. Fishing and hunting remain a dominant part of aboriginal culture north of the 60th parallel. 

The Dempster Highway - connecting the Northwest Territories to it's western neighbour, the Yukon Territory. Fireweed, featured prominently, is the official flower of the Territories. It's namesake stems from it's abundance following seasonal forest fires.

The Dempster Highway - connecting the Northwest Territories to it's western neighbour, the Yukon Territory. Fireweed, featured prominently, is the official flower of the Territories. It's namesake stems from it's abundance following seasonal forest fires.