See Our Work

Projects

Click to ViewDavid Suzuki Foundation

"Happy Birthday David Suzuki!"

www.happybirthdaydavidsuzuki.com
Project Type: Microsite
Client: David Suzuki Foundation

Click to ViewMSF BE THERE 1ST

"Be There 1st"

Project Type: Peer-to-Peer Fundraising
Client: Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF-USA)

Click to ViewWatercan

"Gifts of Water"

www.giftsofwater.ca
Project Type: Alternative Gift Catalogue
Client: Watercan

Click to ViewSick Kids

"Get Better Gifts"

www.sickkidsgetbettergifts.com/
Project Type: Design
Client: SickKids

Click to ViewOntario Nature

"Ontario Nature Magazine"

www.onnaturemagazine.com/
Project Type: Microsite
Client: Ontario Nature


Videos

Nonprofit Work:

The Disappearing (PSA for The Stephen Lewis Foundation). Nomad acted as the Co-Producer of the work in conjunction with Screendoor.

http://www.stephenlewisfoundation.org/disappearing.mpg

SOS Children's Villages Fundraising Spots. In 2005, hjc film and video approached and secured the participation of Mike Holmes and then wrote and produced the spots that are still in use after five years, transforming SOS Children's Villages profile and fundraising.

Film and Television Work:

Here are some clips from our latest projects.

Empire of the Word is a four hour public television series that is being shown around the world, and that focuses on the impact of reading and writing on human history. It pays special attention to the issue of censorship and has been praised by many writers. Shot in 15 countries, it took 8 years to make:


(the entire series can be streamed from tvo.org)

Nomad Films regularly works with David Suzuki and The Nature of Things on films about important scientific and environmental issues. Our film, To Bee or Not to Bee, looked into the causes of disappearing bees, and opened last season's series. The film can be streamed here.  

http://www.cbc.ca/documentaries/natureofthings/2010/bees/

Nomad Films is committed to making films about significant issues that are important to Canadians. Nomad's latest dramatic film is Act of Dishonour, a film by Afghan-Canadian journalist Nelofer Pazira, that focuses on an honour killing in Afghanistan. Shot on location in Tajikistan with an Afghan cast, the film is a re-telling of real events that took place in Afghanistan and witnessed by Pazira. The film is being seen around the world. The trailer for the film can be seen here:

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