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Al Tkatch of AHA MEDIA tries a Bourbon Burger from Burger King

December 3, 2009 1 comment

In this photo and video, Al Tkatch tries a Bourbon Burger from Burger King

This was filmed by April Smith of AHA MEDIA on a Nokia N77 mobile cameraphone. April is passionate and skilled in making Nokia films by exploring mobile media production through the camera lens of a cellphone. For a better quality version of this video, please DM April Smith Twitter.com/AprilFilms or Facebook.com/AprilFilms

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AHA MEDIA is very proud to present “With Glowing Hearts” – a documentary on social media and W2 Community Media Arts Centre in the Vancouver Downtown Eastside

December 3, 2009 Leave a comment

Animal Mother Films invites you to join us for a drink and exclusive preview from the film at the official launch party for the website for our documentary project With Glowing Hearts. We continue to capture the pressures facing Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside as the city prepares to host the Winter Olympics next February, and how a remarkable group of individuals is using cutting edge social media technologies to empower their community.

WGH-is a story about a revolution, one of social change and a paradigm shift in media representation. Vancouver sets the stage, against the backdrop of the 2010 Winter Games, for our documentary about a marginalized community embracing social media tools to empower, inspire and breakdown the digital divide.

This is a project that Andrew Lavigne is directing and is being produced by animalmotherfilms.com. Shot on various capture devices including the Red, the HVX 200, the 5D MkII and the Nokia N77 cellphone. We began shooting Feb/2009 and will continue through March/2010.

Director Andrew Lavigne and Producer Jon Ornoy are now 9 months into production, charting the inspiring story of the creation of the W2 Media Arts Center as part of the Woodward’s redevelopment and the vital steps towards breaking down the digital divide that will take place within its walls.

With the launch of wghthemovie.ca, our Facebook presence and the Games only a few months away, we’re excited to throw the doors wide open and let you have a look inside.

AHA MEDIA is very proud to be invited to the LG Mobile Phone Roundtable & $5,000 Charity Challenge in Vancouver on Thursday November 26, 2009!

November 19, 2009 Leave a comment

AHA MEDIA  is delighted to be invited by LG Canada to have a sneak peek at some of the newest LG phones! AHA MEDIA has always had a great interest in mobile technology and how it can help make lives better!

AHA MEDIA will be participating in the LG Mobile Phone Roundtable &  $5,000 Charity Challenge on Thursday November 26, 2009 and remembers back in April 2009, April Smith and Peter Davies competed in the LG Canadian Texting Championships and Media Charity Challenge! 🙂 http://tinyurl.com/c8kngu

If AHA MEDIA wins the $5,000 Charity Challenge,  we will donate our  cheque to CACV  – Community Arts Council of Vancouver

http://www.cacv.ca

The Community Arts Council of Vancouver was the first arts council in North America.

Since its beginning in 1946, the Community Arts Council of Vancouver has been a contributor to shaping the cultural life of Vancouver. The Council has been a powerful force in creating and advocating for many of the institutions, traditions and policies in Vancouver that we benefit from today.

For more than 60 years, CACV has been contributing to the cultural and community development of Vancouver by creating art projects that engage the community and facilitating, supporting, and advocating for initiatives, facilities, and programs that increase community participation in the arts. Our interests are to increase understanding of how the arts create community, grow our appreciation of our cultural differences, and engage the community in the art of developing community.

In the next few years we will attract and engage community leaders and the people who have the ability to provide the resources and collaborate with them in determining the critical initiatives that will accelerate the cultural and community development of our city.

Our biggest priority and greatest opportunity is our Downtown Eastside community which is rich in history and cultures and the neighbourhood with the largest population of artists per capita in British Columbia.

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From LG ‘s letter to AHA MEDIA:

With lots of new gadgets coming out for the holidays, LG wanted to invite you to join your fellow media and bloggers at a reception designed to give you a first-hand look at the newest in innovation for mobile phones from LG. Come and try out the LG New Chocolate, which was recently announced at LG Fashion Week and the LG Eve, which made its Canadian debut this week.  In addition, there will also be a sneak peek of a yet-to-be released phone, launching later this month.

Below is a photo of LG New Chocolate

Below is a picture of LG Eve

Following the session, we’ll invite you to participate in a friendly competition with an opportunity to win $5,000 for a charity of your choice. If you want to participate, there will be a series of fun challenges that will require you to use each of the phone’s features. Don’t forget to have your Facebook and Twitter accounts set-up!

Complimentary food and beverages will be served throughout the evening, so come and join us for a drink!

Who: You (and a friend if you like!)
What: LG Mobile Phone Roundtable & Charity Challenge
Where: Goldfish Pacific Kitchen

1118 Mainland Street

Vancouver
When:  Thursday, November 26
th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm