Category: Corporate

2017 Calgary Expo Parade of Wonders Video

I had the pleasure to take part in filming the 2017 Calgary Expo Parade of Wonders Video that FullSwing Productions put together, I got a chance to film with the DJI OSMO and it’s pretty cool. Check it out!

New Demo Reel for 2016

I just finished up my new demo reel, the old one was getting a little tired. check it out!

Hangarcatfilms Demo 2016. Hangarcatfilms is a video production company based out of Calgary, AB Canada.
Hangarcatfilms makes short films, feature films, television, documentaries, music videos, corporate videos, web videos and more.

Hangarcatfilms has in house production services that are consistent with industry standards. Screen writing, production, script breakdown, scheduling, pre-production, directing, logistics, planning, social media.

Hangarcatfilms habla Español.

HANGARCATFILMS | CALGARY AB CANADA | VIDEO PRODUCTION, VIDEOGRAPHER, VIDEO EDITING, CAMERA, WEB VIDEO, SOCIAL MEDIA.

www.hangarcatfilms.com
ssalazar@hangarcatfilms.com
403.835.7769 Canada
321-FILM-403 USA

My Path 2 Pro for Foothills FC

Really proud of this. In collaboration with My brother Simon (of Canada Footy News), we made this short video for Foothills FC  U23. It’s called Path 2 Pro and it highlights one of their players, Darius Ramsay. This is where Professional Men’s soccer begins in Calgary, at this level. I’m privileged to be able to work with a local team, at the grassroots level making films, talking soccer and working with my brother, it doesn’t get any better than this. Check it out!! #Path2Pro

Kickstarter video for Lovecraft Gallery

Had the pleasure of working with these two ladies for their kickstarter campaign for their artist gallery. It’s an incredible project, focused on independent artists, cultivating their craft in Calgary and helping them make it sustainable. If Calgary wants to grow as a cultural hub, it needs to encourage the growth of places like this.

 

Check out Lovecraft Gallery.

A week in Production..

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The past week has been a flurry of activity. Being in video production has taken me to many interesting places.. You can’t say the job is boring. This is but a brief recap of what and who I’ve had the chance to work with:

  • In Lake Louise with a Canadian Paralympic Snowboarder
  • With an independent musician from Guatemala shooting in Inglewood and Canmore.
  • In a hockey rink with the Canadian Sledge Hockey team.
  • On the Canmore Nordic Centre track in the middle of the night.
  • In a nice warm office filming a fun parody corporate video.

I’ve watched an AD pull a dolly on ice skate with the grace of Elizabeth Manley (You remember who she is.. don’t pretend!), saw a RED Camera get bolted to a paddle to be used as a sling arm, I was told how it is possible to put a GoPro in a Pizza Oven, I worked with a pair of mexican theatre actor brothers and a pirate.

My water cooler is a craft services table on the side of the hockey rink, my TPS reports are bogeys walking into the shot and my pieces of flair are the set radio that I automatically get assigned when I get on set, plus batteries and call sheets.

My start time is earlier than yours, my quitting time is later than yours and sometimes I don’t even get to go home… but I wouldn’t want to do anything else in this world. I run late to meet with friends because I’m rendering and uploading, my notepad is full of ideas and my Pinterest is a look book for stupid ideas. I don’t have any games on my iPhone but I have 10 different video making apps on it. I have a slate on my ipad.

If any of this applies to you, know that you aren’t alone. If you’re out there making film, shooting videos and doing what you love, hang in there, just keep at it.

Sometimes you get to capture something beautiful..

Calgary Business Recovery Task Force Video

Had the privilege of working on this video telling stories of how local business was affected by the floods in Calgary. Spent two days talking to business and charities in Mission and Inglewood.

Powerful stories, strong and brave people who’s livelihood was in danger. Inglewood and Mission are bouncing back but they need the support of the city, and not just government. Shop local and take the time to visit with them, their stories will amaze you.

Video produced by Vox Pop Media.