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This is our 1st American Sign Language (ASL) video. I’m learning sign language to better communicate with my sister-in-law who is deaf. In addition to the signing (and signing) we’ve also included the lyrics (similar to a lyric video) and open captions to describe the music. Music recorded by Chris Cassidy. ASL and vocals performed by W.L. Wittstruck.

An old classic with a new twist. Not only will we teach you the ABC’s, but we’ll do it with ASL set to a rock version of the song. Feel free to follow along and most of all have fun!

Here’s our 3rd Travelogue video, this time we visited Tumwater Falls in Tumwater, WA. You can see past episodes in the series at 4D4Films.com.

Synopsis: Join us as we visit the always-peaceful Tumwater Falls in Tumwater, WA. We’ll take a look at the history of the falls and some of the beautiful scenery the park has to offer.

The video is open captioned (English) to ensure accessibility across devices.

We’re finally back after a 2 week hiatus due to some projects at 4D4Films!
In Episode 6: It’s Good To Share, we talk about how people can and do use IMDb and social media’s role in hyping films.
We also review Dawn of the Red and Apocalypse IPA.
You can listen to the episode on MoviesRatedW.com or through iTunes.
How do you use IMDb and what role does social media play in how you choose what movies to see?

We’re finally back after a 2 week hiatus due to some projects at 4D4Films!

In Episode 6: It’s Good To Share, we talk about how people can and do use IMDb and social media’s role in hyping films.

We also review Dawn of the Red and Apocalypse IPA.

You can listen to the episode on MoviesRatedW.com or through iTunes.

How do you use IMDb and what role does social media play in how you choose what movies to see?

Feb 4

Oly Roller Recap: January 29, 2012 
Doubleheader action in the Oly Rollers season opener (Dropkick Donnas vs. Sick Town Derby Dames and Bella Donnas vs. Rainy City Roller Dolls) 

We’ll be posting these for each home bout this season. 4D4Films is proud to be season pass holders.

All the footage was shot on our iPhones and edited on Final Cut Pro X and we feel it turned out pretty good. We’re learning a lot about shooting on alternative cameras and what we choose to capture while enjoying the match at hand.

(Source: 4d4films.com)

4D4Films: What’s on tap for 2012

Lots of music related projects as well as a fun Travelogue series in the works this year.

Read the post for the nitty-gritty: http://4d4films.com/blog/2012/01/whats-on-tap-for-2012/

My 2011 highlights

Overall I’d have to say that 2011 was a pretty good year. Here are some of the highlights - in no particular order because they were all special:

Vancouver Canucks
Obviously we’d rather be celebrating the Canucks as Stanley Cup Champions, but the season was quite magical. After a slow start they rattled off an amazing win streak and catapulted to the top of NHL standings. Daniel Sedin was the NHL’s leading scorer and Ryan Kesler was finally recognized as the league’s best defensive forward. We also got to see the emergence of young goal tender Cory Schneider. While we didn’t make it to any playoff games, we did get to attend 2 regular season games. The boys didn’t let us down, they won both of them!


Spokane Chiefs (WHL) outdoor game
When we heard the Chiefs were going to host an outdoor game in Spokane we had to be a part of it. Everything fell into place perfectly. No rain, a hint of sunshine here and there, and a Chiefs victory as they thumped the Kootenay Ice 11-2 in front of a sell out crowd. They day was capped off by an amazing fireworks show. The 1st Rockstar Outdoor Classic was a smashing success (unless you were a Kootenay player or fan). 


Trailer Park Boys live
The 3 actors that portrayed the boys in Mike Clattenburg’s Showcase series toured during the summer and we had the pleasure of seeing them in Portland, OR at the Aladdin Theater. We had great seats and a great time as Bubbles (Mike Smith) led Ricky (Robb Wells) and Julian (John Paul Tremblay) through a series of hilarious skits and gags.


Saskatchewan road trip - WHL hockey and Red Green
As summer came to a close we packed up the car, grabbed my Mom, and headed for Prince Albert, SK to see where my Grandfather was born 100 years ago. During our stay in PA and Sasky, we watched the two teams battle in a home and home series to open the WHL season. Along the way to and fro we stopped in a handful of WHL cities, saw some amazing sights and were treated to perfect weather.  

In Saskatoon we also got to see Red Green live and meet him after the show. Red (Steve Smith) entertained the audience with his usual “handyman” insight into the world.

It was about as perfect of a trip as could be and we’ll be featuring it in 2012 in a future “Travelogue” episode at 4D4Films.com.


Hopefully 2012 is just as good or better.

Wishing everyone happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!