Review of “IN THE SHADOW OF THE CHIEF”

IN THE SHADOW OF THE CHIEF

A review of our film, In the Shadow of the Chief appears in CM magazine, a publication devoted to assessing materials for use in school curriculum. Check it out

The DVD is available on-line through our website, at Mountain Equipment Coop stores across Canada and in Squamish at Western Canadian Railway Museum, Squamish Adventure Centre and Valhalla Pure.

spring has sprung

Spring has arrived in Squamish and with it the work we’ve been doing developing projects seems to be coming to an end in some ways. “Saddlebags” script is in great shape, “Operation Tabarin” is ready to be cut, and we’re excited about exploring the land of co-production with Florian Films in Cologne, Germany. Our office garden is also starting to take shape! Ivan was busy working with Tourism BC during the Olympics and Paralympics and a lot of his work can be now seen on Youtube. Search ‘FieldReporterIvan’ and you’ll see the latest.

Berlin 2010 while the world watches Squamish?

Fringe Filmworks will be heading to the European Film Market in February during the Berlinale. Kind of funny that Angela will be there as part of the Producers Without Borders initiative (thank you Telefilm!) while the global media will have its cameras trained our hometown, conveniently located between the Olympic host cities of Vancouver and Whistler. Ivan, however, will be in an around BC with his writer/host/editor hats on in service for Olympic initiatives. Check out some of his work as Field Reporter Ivan

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Squamish Mountain Festival

The Squamish Mountain Festival is just around the corner and we’re excited to see some of best adventure films this side of the Rockies. 

This year Fringe Filmworks’s Ivan Hughes is running the show in a big way and Angela Heck is involved in presenting the Adventure Film Seminar on August 15. This is a chance to get up close and personal with Simon Yates, Ian Parnell and Christian Begin to get a behind-the-scenes look at the realm of extreme filmmaking. Check out the website at http://www.squamishmountainfilm.com