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Posted - 24 Apr 2017 :  13:06:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Alright right off the bat this might sound a bit out there or maybe not.

I have been working in Travel for 12 years. I dislike how the industry is now. It's not about what it should be. Seeing really amazing places. What's so amazing about this time and age is its so simple to document it. I have had this feeling in my gut for years now. I want to create something new. I want to create a place where travel videos are showcased, adored and encourage people to get out there.

I tried to create them myself but I guess know what you are good at. Myself I don't I am a film maker at this point.

OK you are probably saying get to the point. Anyways I am looking for two things of guidance.

1. In Toronto is there any place I can post to find someone to help me. Yes loads of people doing videos but I am looking for a place for maybe students or someone looking to make a reel. See what I am saying lol. Right now it would be free. That being said I can pay in travel.

2. OK I lied it put it all in one question.

This film is what me say OK I am officially doing this.

Thank you for all your help.

Jay Mac

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Posted - 25 Apr 2017 :  14:30:36  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I spent a couple of years shooting travel videos. It's a great way to
learn so looking for students and people just starting their career is
a great idea.

I'm thinking the Toronto Film School might be a place to start. Contact
the Toronto Film and Television Office. The Toronto Film Festival is
coming up in September but they offer workshops year around. Contact

check out

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