We are cinematic storytellers on a mission to create inspired and authentic content that emotionally engages your target audience.

  1. Filter Studios Demo Reel - 2012/13

    Our first year has been a bit of a whirlwind. Big thanks to all of our clients for their continued support. We're really looking forward to upping our game this year and telling many more moving stories about passionate people!


    "Beggar in the morning" by The Barr Brothers

    "The Anthem" by Onra

    "Blazing Soul" by Pigeon Hole

  2. Oceanwest Real Estate Development

    Challenge: Create a series of videos for a land development in Ucluelet, BC that focused on the lifestyles that the residents could look forward to enjoying

  3. Robert Land Academy - About Turn

    Challenge: Robert Land Academy wanted to use video to overcome issues with imaging that they were having. They wanted to make sure that they would stir an interest amongst prospective students.

    Solution: We knew that the imagery would somewhat speak for itself on this one, but by creating two separate threads in the edit, one focusing on daily activities and one on the full dress graduation ceremony, we could say much more than what the images alone could.

    Directed, Shot & Edited by Filter Studios filterstudios.ca
    Executive Producer is Susan McLennan babbleoncom.com
    Music by Andrew Oye directcomposer.com

  4. The Farm at Cedar Woods

    Challenge: Communicate the philosophy and purpose of the farm and get across their need for long term donors.

    Solution: We thought it best to tell this story as much as possible through the words of the people that use the farm and to show them doing what they do

    Music by: Andrew Oye

  5. Successful Interventions - Our Approach

    Challenge: Successful Interventions was about to undergo a bit of an imaging transformation and branding upgrade and wanted a way to connect with the families that hire them to facilitate interventions with their addicted loved ones.

    Solution: We decided the best approach was to get personal. We wanted to shoot nice and solid, with very calculated movements to help communicate the structure and calmness with which they approach their work.

    Music: "Things That We Should Say" by Future of Forestry, licensed via themusicbed.com

  6. Don't Lose Sight of Safety

    Directed by: Chris Earle secondcity.com
    Produced by: Susan McLennan babbleoncom.com
    Co-Produced, DOP & Editing by: Filter Studios filterstudios.ca
    Written by: Mike Erskine-Kellie babbleoncom.com
    Sound Design by: Keith White keithwhiteaudio.com

    Boss: David Huband
    Dave: Adam Cawley
    Injured Worker: Anthony Jackson