Since 1989 Justice Pictures has worked with corporations, small companies and not-for-profits to communicate their messages. Whether in marketing, public relations efforts, or training, on DVD or direct to the web, Justice Pictures has strived to give its clients the projects they want, on budget and on-time. Some of these companies include Adidas, United Parcel Service, Bank of America and Auto Owners Insurance Co.
In 2000 Justice Pictures expanded its reach to also include feature films. It's first indie low budget movie, "Going The Distance" helped to open doors and get the ball rolling with other films as well as working on related projects, such as music videos. Besides film, Shawn Justice has worked on television shows for networks that include The Outdoor Channel, National Geographic Television and the Food Network.
April 19, 2013
Kiewit kept Justice Pictures very busy from the 4th quarter of 2012 through the 1st quarter of 2013. Three videos were produced for their NW District Meeting with over 90 minutes of finished content. The videos were shot across the West; from Hawaii to the Alaskan Aleutian Chain.
Just as the Kiewit District Meeting videos were completed we flew to Hawaii to shoot multiple videos for their presence at Kiewit Corp's Annual Meeting in Omaha, NE. The videos, which included a comedy sketch shot in 4K, helped the NW District take Best of Show for the gathering in early February.
We also produced two segments for speeches that would address the large gathering; interviews regarding their Career Development Program, and another that graphically showed how Kiewit is working to retain employees.
Finally for Kiewit, Justice Pictures was sent to the Oil Sands in in Northern Alberta to produce a series of videos for Kiewit University. They mainly dealt with proper Method Analysis. It was very cold, but exciting too, working among some of the lagest dirt moving equipment in the world.
In the middle of all of the Kiewit projects we produced a series of videos for ALL His Kids, a group working to take Cornerstone Christian School independent of Crossroads Church. The videos featured the administrators on camera as well as Dr. Ken Townsend, Regional Director of ACSI (watch the videos).
In March Justice Pictures finished a video that was shown in front of five-hundred people at the Annual Father Daughter Dance put on by AWARE at the Vancouver Hilton. The video featured Eric, who despite dealing with a cancer scare, was able to bring his daughters to the dance in 2012 (watch the video).
In March we were approached to partner with an existing client, Thomason Moving Training, an expert in the professional moving industry. Three videos were produced on inventorying as well as the scripts developed for the packer and mover training to be shot in May. These will be combined into a set of videos to be purchased by moving companies as well as made part of an LMS system for state unemployment agencies to help people to get back to work.
November 8, 2012
2012 is going on the books to be the best year in our 23 year history. This has primarily been through referral and repeat business, which we take a lot of pride in. We also believe it is because of our dedication to creating high quality products with our top-shelf equipment offerings such as the RED Digital Cinema Camera.
Since April we have worked on multiple projects for Kiewit (Culture School and District Meeting videos), Pioneer Pump (trade show videos), the Spirit Mountain Community Fund (candidate video), the FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association (Public Service Announcement), eCameron (speakers and event promos), Andersen Construction (New Hire Orientation video), and Empowering Grace (fund raising video). Check out some of these videos in our pull-down menus. Thank you for your continued business and support.
The 2nd quarter also saw Justice Pictures moving into new offices, including a dedicated edit suite in downtown Vancouver at The Academy Building. It's a great location, built in 1871, and still has the stone cut walls for great character. We're editing in HD, 2K and 4K. Give us a call to come in for a visit. We'd love to see you, as well as sit down and chat about how we can help you with your next project.
With 2013 approaching Justice Pictures is producing a new set of promotional materials. First released will be a series of Client Featurettes. Click on the links to check them out if you want to know more about us and how we like to do business.
April 2, 2012
The last few months of 2011 were very busy for Justice Pictures. Most projects moved us right into the first quarter of 2012. The show we produced with Chuck Whitlock, "Solutions" aired on KOIN in early December. Around that we were producing six-plus videos for Kiewit, the Central and NW Districts. This had us criss-crossing the map, shooting on locations from Hawaii to Alaska, Dallas to Manhattan. All projects were due by the third week of January and we met every deadline. After a quick break we were working on projects for Andersen Construction and NLETS (National Law Enforcement). The 2nd quarter of 2012 is ramping up an even higher degree producing projects for the Spirit Mountain Community Fund, and additional videos for Kiewit and Andersen Construction. We look forward to keeping up with our clients and their demands.
In early March, Justice Pictures took delivery of it's RED Scarlet camera package. We're pretty excited about it as it not only allows us to provide an even higher quality product, but adds a great deal of versatility in post-production work-flow. The Scarlet provides multiple resolutions to shoot on, including 4K. We also plan to use it for our upcoming feature film projects.
One of the more interesting projects in the 1st quarter of 2012 was camera and support services we provided for "The Wild Life with Jeremy", a show on the Comcast network, produced by Kyle Justice of Compel Media. Our 15' jib was used (seen above) for the opening shot as well as another location. We were up at Newberry Crater for a day and a half and moved around on snowmobiles while a foot of new snow fell. A very memorable experience.