Riding bikes with Nathan and teaching Wendy how to use a camera. We also had to get Rocky Point Ice Cream because it’s the best.
We bought a new steadicam! The Neewer 24″ Handheld Stabilizer has been great so far, although a little bit tedious to set up. We purchased it here:
Bryan’s summer was cut short last year by a broken collarbone. During his recovery time and the winter months, he built this trail named after his cat: Skittles. Song: Terrified by the Rural Alberta Advantage
In June 2014, the Foxwood Films team went on a roadtrip to the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. This is our story.
We are very excited to announce that our film, Bryan and Kaia, has surpassed 1 million views overall! A big thank you to everyone who watches our films and supports us!
A project we have been working on for awhile. However, due to a broken collarbone, Bryan’s riding season is finished and our shooting for this video had to be cut short.
We are excited to announce that “Bryan and Kaia” will be screening at the 2014 Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado! If you happen to be in the area between May 23-26, definitely check out the festival for some amazing films.