Recent projects and industry news from the Little Ox perspective.
For us it didn’t feel like enough to just add a land acknowledgment in an e-mail signature. As a company, we wanted to dive deeper into what it meant for us to live and work in this territory.
Social distancing can be tough. And being apart from loved ones can feel lonely. But technology can help us stay connected even when we’re apart.
If you need to reach an audience, livestream and recorded video are great options.
Does the thought of talking on camera make you cry on the inside? If so, having some great supporters on your video production team will help. It’s Little Ox’s job to make you look and sound your very best. You already have an amazing story to share. But you don’t...
Working in film and video production for a long time, you get to meet a lot of people – really cool people. We’ve interviewed hundreds of folks, including big-shot celebrities (ask us in person and we’ll gladly name drop). The greatest takeaway? Everyone is...
Little Ox Film Company’s resident cinematographer, Damien Kent, offers quick tips for filmmakers. If filming takes place at night you need a camera that can see in the dark, right? Actually, that’s not necessarily true. You don’t need night vision, exactly. What you...
A Treaty 6, Saskatoon-based film and video production company.
We work close to home and we also roam.