Author: Amy Bohigian

E-Recreation Anyone?

Fall 2021 seems like forever ago, right? If you miss mountain biking and need a break from shovelling snow, check out this short video we created for Kootenay Outdoor Recreation Enterprise Initiative – KORE. It highlights the opportunities of e-recreation here in the Kootenays. Kevin Pennock lead our crew and […]

Moving Beyond Judgement

he City of Trail engaged Watershed Productions Inc. to help address the stigma that their most vulnerable citizens have faced. We invited folks with lived experience of substance abuse to take photos and record their stories. We worked with ANKORS, Interior Health and the City of Trail to produce this 7-minute video ‘Looking Beyond’ featuring Lisa, Cash, Jeff and Ryan. The project was facilitated by Amy Bohigian and Amber Streukens, with visual effects by Jason Williams and original music by Ben Euerby. The video can be seen on the City of Trail website here.

Forming the Trust

Watershed Productions was honoured to tell the story of the formation of the Columbia Trust; how people in the Columbia Basin came together to change their future. Hear directly from the founding and former directors, representatives from the Ktunaxa Nation, and other key members that played an important role in […]

Wrap Around Care for Kids

Did you know that there is a rural specific model for reporting child abuse? Check out this informational animation Watershed Productions created for the Safe Kids and Youth Coordinated Response Team here in the Kootenays. Everyone that works behind the scenes of this program is a hero! Sydney Black and […]

Consider Serving Your Community

If they are doing their job, this series made for Kootenay Boundary Community Services Cooperative should inspire you to volunteer for your favourite non-profit in our beautiful region.Videos feature the work of FreedomQuest, Kutenai Art Therapy Institute, Kootenay Family Place, Nelson Community Services, North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society and […]

Touchstones “Missing Voices” Video Series Launched

“History is not there for you to like or dislike it. It is there for you to learn from it. And if it offends you, even better. Because then you are less likely to repeat it. It’s not yours to erase… it belongs to all of us.” ‘Missing Voices’ is […]

Capturing Art and History – Japanese Internment

The Capturing Art and History program is an ongoing documentary filmmaking project which documents the diversity of local cultural, social and environmental histories and the beauty of artistic practice in the region. In this short film Miyo Mori tells her story about her family’s internment in the Slocan Valley and […]