It has been a blistering two years for Nina Beveridge, who has been working round the clock as a Producer with Director/Producer/Writer Liz Marshall on the cross media project THE GHOSTS IN OUR MACHINE. After a successful premier at Hot Docs 2013 in which THE GHOSTS received a Hot Docs Top Ten Audience Award, the film had a very successful theatrical run in Canada, Nina and Liz are now working on the plans to release the film theatrically in the USA this fall.
There are more exciting announcements to come!
THE GHOSTS IN OUR MACHINE illuminates the lives of individual animals living within and rescued from the machine of our modern world. Through the heart and lens of acclaimed animal photographer Jo-Anne McArthur we become intimately familiar with a cast of animal subjects. Are nonhuman animals property to be owned and used, or are they sentient beings deserving of rights?
Beevision President Nina Beveridge will be heading to Realscreen on January 29 with two great new projects including Fear Facer - a reality/documentary series and Mandala – an experimental interactive documentary.
For Hop To It Productions Nina will be pitching some excellent projects in development including Talent Hounds, Dating Disasters and Life’s a Pitch.
See you at Realscreen!
After years of working on everyone else’s websites, Paul Hart and I have finally updated our own Beevision website. It is amazing to think that our company, incorporated in 1993, is almost 20 years old! It has been fun going through all our old work and figuring out what to put on the site. In 2 decades there have been a lot of technology changes! But great stories and great designs are timeless!
Our About section mentions our key corporate affiliations – most importantly – Hop To It Productions and Olympic Spirit – both companies we have invested a lot of time and creative energy with.
Please bear with us as we continue to add content to our portfolio sections. We couldn’t wait to launch the new site.
Nina & Paul
This is our 4th website. The first two were 100% flash and the last one had flash navigation. I am a little sad to leave flash out of the equation at this point, but with the advent of the iOs platform and the ease of use of wordpress it seems like wordpress is the way to go for our new website. Last year when I was working with Druple Guru Kevin Walsh on the DOCspace website he used the term ‘interoperability’ and his advice to me is that this was the key to great website design today. Thanks Kevin!
And a big shout out to Mike Tucker who helped us set up this website – we like to work with Mike whenever we can on our web productions – he is reliable, organized and a stand up guy. Thanks Mike!