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Throwback Thursday - Java Post "Snatch"

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A flashback to 2007, this was a little company demo reel intro video, inspired by (read: totally ripped off from) the movie "Snatch," directed by Guy Ritchie. The video was a quick, fun way to introduce the Java Post Production staff, circa 2007. The overriding theme, naturally, was coffee. We're not called Java Post for nothing. Please excuse the standard-definition letterbox.…
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Java Post helps Mosaic Belle Plaine celebrate 50 years.

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This video for the Mosaic Company's solution mining potash plant located near Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan, celebrates the plant's 50th anniversary. Using a combination of archive images (still and video), new video footage (including aerial footage from our "javacopter") and interviews with current and former Mosaic Company employees, this production looks back over 50 years…
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SaskEnergy Burns Brighter with Java Post!

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Working from original 2-D illustrations by artist Chad Geran, our Java Post Production animators, Kevin Drysdale and Tomás Ibar, created bright and colourful 3-D animated videos for SaskEnergy. These 60-second and 30-second promote natural gas appliances and heating from SaskEnergy Network members. The animation's virtual camera movement travels smoothly through the various environments…
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Happy Canada Day!

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Happy Canada Day. everybody! Get oot and aboot! Play shinny, drink Beep and Vico (Saskatchewan only), eat poutine and just generally have a good day, eh?  
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Stop! (motion) In the Name of Lentils!

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Okay, so "Stop motion in the Name of Lentils" was never a big Diana Ross and the Supremes hit. But it is a way to segue into a recent animation project. Java Post Production created a series of show-specific introduction animations for the web series "Lentil Hunter," hosted by Chef Michael Smith. Each animation featured a map of the specific country being showcased in that…
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Java Post's "daily" dose of Corner Gas: The Movie. When it arrives, we get a "rush."

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When we here at Java Post Production talk about getting our "daily dose" of Corner Gas: The Movie, what we're talking about are the "dailies." In film and television production parlance, dailies are the raw, unedited shots that come straight to us from the production crew shooting on the set. This raw footage comes in every day, hence the term "dailies." When…
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Java Post at Canada's Farm Progress Show.

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A big thank you to everyone who dropped by the Java Post Production booth last week during Canada's Farm Progress Show. It was great to chat with with farm owners and ag equipment manufacturers about how Java Post Production's aerial photography services can help your business. It was also interesting to walk around and check out some of the amazing equipment and inventions that are…
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"Survey Says!" Get 3D Survey Mapping and Georeferenced Orthophotography from Java Post.

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For those of us old enough to remember, the host of the TV game show Family Feud would always shout "Survey says!..." just before revealing all the answers. Well, if you need 3D Survey Mapping and Georeferenced Orthophotography of your farmland, industrial site, municipal roadways, waterway, environmentally sensitive area or any other area, Java Post Production has the answers for…
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Java Post Aerial Footage in Hit Werewolf Horror-Comedy Feature "WolfCop."

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According to one film reviewer, "WolfCop (a film about a werewolf that's also a cop) is one of those movies that are awesome simply for existing...WolfCop is pure, deliciously gory entertainment." The horror-comedy movie WolfCop is taking a big bite out of the werewolf genre and Java Post Production was pleased to lend our UAV aerial photography skills to the making of this…
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Transport Canada Recognizes Java Post Production Aerial Photography!

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Java Post Production is extremely proud to announce that it has received an open permit from Transport Canada to commercially operate our UAV aerial camera platform (affectionately known as the “Javacopter”) anywhere within Saskatchewan. Officially known as an SFOC – Special Flight Operations Certificate – this open permit is renewable on an annual basis, and certifies…
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Java Post Contributes Aerial Shots To New Tourism Regina Video

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Tourism Regina has just released a new video promoting the City of Regina, set to the music of the band Fly Points performing their song "Always Do." As part of this promo video, Java Post Production was happy to contribute several gorgeous high-definition aerial shots of Regina, shot with our "Javacopter." Java Post Production has recently become one of only a few…
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Saskatchewan Costume Designer, Brenda Schenher, Wins Best Costume Design at B.C.'s Leo Awards

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Congratulations to our colleague and good friend, Saskatchewan costume designer Brenda Schenher, who won a Leo Award for Best Costume Design in a Television Movie. The Leo Awards are the awards for the British Columbia film and television industry. Brenda's award-winning costume design was for the television movie Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story. We Vancouver has a nice article about…
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Corner Gas - The Movie

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Here at the office we are very excited to be a part of the Corner Gas movie being filmed this summer and looking forward to seeing many of our friends again.  Our very own Jack Tunnicliffe is the Saskatchewan Producer.  Java Post Production will be involved with the movie all through the filming and post-production.     Also check out the official movie website for…
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The New Stadium

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The big reveal of the final design plans for Regina's new stadium was held this morning.  We are happy to of contributed to the animations used in the original Revitalization Initiative video as well as the updates along the way.
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Amazing Face Lighting Video

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This is an amazing example of how lighting can change the appearance and mood of a person's face. This is actually a teaser video for the song "Sparkles and Wine" by the artist Opale. There are no special post-production effects here...just rapidly changing lighting angles and colours. Note how the look of the actor's face changes quite dramatically with each change in lighting…
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