Transmedia

FNTC Talks Tech

Project Description

FNTC Talks Tech: INNOVATION - this short shareble film is the first in a series we are doing in collaboration with the First Nations Technology Council to help position them within the world of technology and innovation as a culturally safe way to look at how technology, innovation and entrepreneurship can benefit indigenous people and communities. We also created their cool video banner on their new website! 

Living With Cancer book - Métis

Project Description

We created a support book called "LIving With Cancer, Everyone Deserves Support" for First Nations and Métis people living with cancer in BC. This was a project created by  partners Métis Nation BC, First Nations Health Authority, BC Cancer Agency and the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres. It was funded by the Canadian Partnerhship Against Cancer. It was a real honour to interview all the amazing people pictured in the book.

Real Aid Means No Blockade

Project Description

We created this animated infographic for Aid Watch Palestine. Special thanks to Maggie Wang and Ignacio Florez for all the volunteer hours they put in! 

Fostering Connections

Project Description

In partnership with Agentic, we created a caregiver awareness and recruitment campaign to highlight the importance of both kinship care and foster care. Featuring the amazing stories of BC families supporting young people in their care, we developed the messaging and creative, and ran the advertising campaign. We also produced four 30 second videos and a longer mini-doc.

Partners: Agentic, Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD), the Adoptive Families Association of BC (AFABC), the Federation of Aboriginal Foster Parents (FAFP), and the BC Federation of Foster Parents Associations (BCFFPA)

Drawing Wisdom

Project Description

Drawing Wisdom is a new iniative we are in devlopment on.

Sisters Speak

Project Description

Sisters Speak is a project to share knowledge with young First Nations women and girls in Vancouver to prevent sexual exploitation. In May 2015, we launched the first phase of a digital storytelling campaign featuring a video, postcards, display banners and website.
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TB Germ A Cunning World Traveller!

Project Description

TB Germ — A Cunning World Traveller was created in collaboration with the TB Services team at the BCCDC with support from the BC Lung Association. This project is in six languages, English, Mandarin, Punjabi, Vietnamese, Korean and Tagalog and launched on World TB Day 2015. Now in the process of being evaluated the animation can be viewed in all languages on the BCCDC website and our vimeo channel.

Celebrate Health

Project Description

We created this First Nations focused campaign for Immunize BC with the goal of ensuring that the message was positive and celebratory rather then fear-based. We collaborated with the First Nations Health Council, who put us in touch with Andrew Dexel who licenced his wonderful artwork to the campaign. We also did a radio ad with Dr. Evan Adams doing a voice over and the music of Cheryl L'hirondelle.

"Don't Forget What's Inside" - LACE PSA

Project Description

Hello Cool World created a unique transmedia campaign for BC Cancer Agency. The first of its kind to use social media, short film, and grassroots outreach, LACE Campaign (Live Aware, Create Empowerment) turned the tables on the world of ‘ribbon’ branding, and made Pap tests fun (or at least not so bad). In 2011, we received an Award of Excellence in Health Promotion from the BC Medical Association.
 
This is the LACE Campaign PSA that aired for Pap Awareness Week 2010 on Fashion File and Amerca's Next Top Model.

Picturing Transformation Nexw'áyantsut - Book

Project Description

Hello Cool World founder Katherine Dodds, along with artist photographer Nancy Bleck and Squamish Nation Chief Bill Williams have authored this gorgeous coffee-table book that is filled with Nancy Bleck's photographic artwork. Bleck, along with Williams and the late John Clarke, co-founded the Uts'am Witness Project in 1997. This book showcases artwork from before, during and after this decades long project and tells the story of how this cross cultural collaboration resulted in the saving of a rainforest, now returned to its' ancestral name of Nexw'átantsut, meaning 'place of transformation." We also produced multiple short films to share the story.

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