Comox Valley video company making short films

Paul Christopher Films is a video production company producing high-impact short films for marketing business and for family events.

Paul Christopher Films is a video production company producing high-impact short films for marketing business and for family events.

Paul Christopher Films is owned by Paul Christopher. The company was registered in the Comox Valley as a home-based business in September 2011.

“Our goal is to provide a cinematic solution for people who want to share their message in a creative and effective way online using video,” he says. “In business a short film can profoundly communicate the atmosphere and character of a company creating instant brand loyalty.

“Family filmed events such as birth announcements, weddings, and family adventures are treasured keepsakes easily shared through social media channels such as Facebook and YouTube.

“Unlike a still photograph, moving pictures and sound allow a person to experience and participate in the story unfolding before them. Recent work in the community includes a docu-style film of the CV Farmers Market, which will be used in their fundraising efforts for a permanent structure on the Comox Bay Farm site.

“A few months earlier I also had the privilege of filming a heartfelt

‘goodbye’ memorial piece called Love From Jenn featuring Jenn Zahavich with her three-year-old son Cody. I was honoured to capture this once-in-a-lifetime moment before her passing.”

Christopher said he is working with Filberg Park and Lodge

on a piece that will be available to the public soon.

“The impact of video in social media is creating a cultural shift in how we as a community hear about the world around us and choose to participate. I believe businesses and educators are starting to pick up on this. With the Web rapidly moving from text to video, finding a way to adapt, market and afford high-quality

work for your needs online — just got local.”

Christopher earned a BA degree from Columbia Bible College in 1997. He has 11 years experience as a music/arts director having worked primarily with churches in Greater Vancouver and in Long Beach, Calif.

To experience samples of his film and soundtrack compositions,  visit the company website and blog.

— Paul Christopher Films

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