Adoptive Families Association of BC

On January 29, 2016, in Television & Video Production, by Television Faculty

Our next Television & Video Production group project produced by first-year students is for the Adoptive Families Association of BC.

Bright Idea Productions wrote a bit of a tear-jerker that show much children waiting to be adopted just want to be a part of what the rest of us take for granted.

We’re back in production next week with two more PSA projects, one for the “Gwatermala” Run for H2O, and one for Charity Intelligence Canada.

You can see our full gallery of behind-the-scenes production photos on our Flickr Page as well!

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Congratulations to BCIT Television & Video Production alumni Mariam Demian and Andrea Gilbert, who had their documentary, “Children of Who? – the future of Cambodia’s orphans” screened at the 10th Annual Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto!

In 2011, Cambodia is still building its foundations after 30 years of civil war and government corruption. In the middle is a population that is struggling with acute poverty and low education levels who sadly abandon their babies out of necessity leaving them without care, without protection and in turn perpetuating the vicious cycle of poverty and low education. Simultaneously adoption has been ceased until Cambodia complies with international laws. Children of who? asks what will happen to the staggering number of orphans which seems to be increasing at a frightening rate.

Produced and Directed by Mariam Demian and Andrea Gilbert
Editor Andrea Gilbert

Special thanks to another BCIT TV Alumni, Cailin Perry for helping out on the promotional side of things and getting the word out!

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