May Street is proud to announce that the great people at the Telus Fund and Creative BC have provided development funding for our new 1×60 documentary, “A Change of Mind”. The documentary explores the society impact that brain injury has on survivors and society as a whole.
May Street’s newest documentary series, “Taking Back the Years”, starts airing on VisionTV Monday February 3rd. The show starts at 7PM Pacific/10PM Eastern time. For more info, visit http://www.visiontv.ca/shows/taking-back-the-years/
Producer Mike Wavrecan is attending the 2014 Reelscreen Summit in Washington, DC. In addition to learning some cool stuff, he’ll be pitching new projects on behalf of May Street Productions and Mooswa Films, while finding homes for some completed content.
The “Moosemeat & Marmalade” team is gearing up for an overseas shoot in the UK this August. Filming in and around London, ex-Brit Dan Hayes will show fellow host Art Napoleon how things are done on his side of the pond. After lugging Art’s moose and bison carcasses through the BC wilderness, now Dan has a chance to throw Art into the world of posh UK cuisine.
Our new food series, “Moosemeat & Marmalade” starts production April 23rd. The team has converged and are ready to start rolling our first episode in Victoria and Sooke. Directed by Hilary Pryor, bush cook Art Napoleon and fine chef Dan Hayes will explore one another’s cuisine and cultures.
Erin and Mike are back from Mexico after an amazing shoot for a project in pre-development. Here’s a local story about one of the projects we filmed while we were there: http://jaltembabaylife.com/blog/2013/04/documentary-film-crew-visits-jaltemba-equine-education-project/
We’re proud to announce the fabulous Ms. Courtney Dunsmoor-Farley to our sister company, Mooswa Films. Courtney will be tackling Production Coordination and Management for our new series “Moosemeat & Marmalade”. We’re happy to have her onboard!