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David Vaisbord’s film career has included documentaries such as Mischa 1996 (Canada Council/NFB/CBC), Juicy Danger Meets Burning Man 1998 (CTV/TVO/BRAVO!), Britannia Beach 2002 (CTV,TVO, CBC) Drawing Out the Demons: A Film About the Artist, Attila Richard Lukacs 2004 (BRAVO!/TVO), Dark Pines: An Investigation into the Death of Tom Thomson 2006 (BRAVO!) and work in series TV. In between large projects, he produces videos for unions and non-profit organizations. Vaisbord maintains academic connections with UBC’s SCARP’s School of Community and Regional Planning.
In 2008 Vaisbord launched the Little Mountain Project which won the 2012 Farris Award for Art and Social Media. His Masters thesis on social media and activism was published in POV Magazine the same year. This web project has evolved into the feature documentary Champions of Little Mountain.
Great documentaries enrich the lives of individuals and communities. They have a unique ability to engage and connect people, transform communities, and improve societies. During the last six years David Vaisbord has been successful in serving as a voice for his local community. Now he wants to complete the feature documentary that tells this story to a wider audience.
Documentary filmmaking is an expensive endeavor, and because Canadian broadcasters rarely support independent documentaries any longer, we have turned to other fundraising techniques such as crowd-sourcing. Crowd-sourcing campaigns are very labour intensive, but they do have the ability to reach their intended audience.
Fundraising for this film continues!
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