Video services for the digital age

Work with expert digital storytellers to build your community

à la carte services

Video Production

Lorna Boschman at work

A two person crew of Cinematographer/Audio recorder and Director.
Award-winning productions, created by veteran female crew. Our background is in community-based productions and collaboration.

Day rate: $1,299 includes crew, camera, microphone, lights as needed.

Moira Simpson at work

Video Editing

Lorna Boschman and the EastVan crew will edit your video productions – we are fast and reliable. Want to upload to social media? No problem – we can guide you through the technical details.

Have a lot of old footage? We can help you organize the footage so that editing runs smoothly.

Productions destined for broadcast? We can  edit your video roughly before your later session at a post house, saving you time and money.

$50/hour. Minimum $300

Family homestead, still from upcoming feature documentary Finding Ray Johnson.

Create digital stories with members and/or clients ($5K for series of 5 workshops)

Sebnem Ozpeta at work

For groups of up to four people, we lead a series of half-day customized digital storytelling workshops. No technical experience is required – just bring photos you’d like to include and/or short video clips. We record your voice-over during the workshop and edit the pieces together during and after the workshop. Working with a group allows you to make rapid progress in developing your story, told as a voice-over. Everyone walks away with a minute-long video, suitable for upload to social media sites.

Check out the community-based stories created in partnership with grunt gallery’s Urban Screen project and Vancouver’s Quirk-e group of LGBT elders

Current Productions

Finding Ray Johnson

Trinity Western Story

Lorna Boschman is writing and directing The Trinity Western Story (working title) for OUTtv, an hour-long documentary presenting the LGBT perspective on the Canadian Supreme Court decision that upheld the right of the BC and Ontario Law Society’s refusal to recognize lawyers who were trained at Trinity Western. Why? Faculty and students are required to sign an covenant, agreeing to have sexual relationships only within a heterosexual marriage.

Do you have something to say about this case? Please contact Lorna Boschman using the form below. Look forward to hearing your story! We are shooting in September 2018 so get in touch as soon as you can.