LNG Productions is proud to co-produce Video Game High School in conjunction with FreddieW. Video Game High School is a feature length web-series due for release mid-March 2012. Stay posted as we keep you updated with the latest news.
About the project;
It's the near future: You're dead. Your kids are probably dead. Your grandkids (if they're alive) are playing video games. Why? Because professional gaming is the biggest sport on earth.
Around the world, millions of players duke it out in fighters, RTS’s, First Person Shooters and more. To the victors go the spoils: glory, clan contracts and million dollar endorsements. The best young gamers are recruited by elite boarding schools to sharpen their skills. The best of the best go to VGHS: VIDEO GAME HIGH SCHOOL.
VGHS is a feature-length action/comedy web series (9 episodes, ~10 mins per episode) about best friends, first loves, and landing that perfect head shot. It follows Brian, a young FPS player stuck in a town where he doesn’t belong. His fortunes change when he scores a massive kill against the world’s top amateur player: VGHS senior “The Law.”
VGHS is co-created by Freddie Wong and Brandon Laatsch and Matt Arnold. In addition to acting as showrunner, Matt is also a writer, along with Will Campos and Brian Firenzi (founder of 5secondfilms.com). It is based on a concept by Will Campos and Chris Pappavaselio.
Freddie Wong and Brandon Laatsch run http://youtube.com/freddiew, the 7th most subscribed YouTube channel of all time. Collectively their videos have over 450 million views, with over 2 million subscribers tuning in every week to watch their work. Their work has been featured on CNN, BBC, ESPN, and The Huffington Post, and they've worked with actors such as Eliza Dushku, Andy Whitfield, and Kevin Pollack.
WiseWords is a web series of short videos on success stories from Vancouver CEOs; a way for successful people to reach out to the community offering inspirations in business from their own experiences. The interviews will be encouraging and uplifting to aspiring entrepreneurs who might just be looking for the motivation to take the leap.
As producers in conjunction with 2x entertainment we set out to create a short viral video combining seamless visual effects with stunt choreography resulting in a million dollar Hollywood look on an independent budget.
In only 3 days the video has amassed over 700,000 views.
Set in a Japanese Canadian internment camp, a young boy must use the power of his imagination to escape reality and help and elderly new friend.
Winner: Canadian National Film Board, Best Short Film of 2011.
7 LEO Nominations, Including Best Director
Vancouver International Film Festival
DisOrient Asian Film Festival of Oregon: Winner for Best Short Film
New York Childrens Film Festival
New York Asian Film Festival
San Diego International Asian Film Festival
Vancouver International Asian Film Festival
National Film Board " Best Canadian Short Film 2011"
Hi my name is – is our new short documentary series that takes a look into the jobs of those with a passion for artistic technique, from jewelry makers to tattoo artists each episode looks into the influences and work that goes into their job and why they love doing what they do.
From the very beginning the whole intention of the show was to make something intriguing whilst maintaining a very polished eye catching look and style. Each episode has its own feel and flow in order to fit with the subject matter to lure the audience into the job in order to gain an understanding of their artistic method and technique.
The series is on going and we hope to cover a wide variety of jobs and hope that the series will generate attention for these artists as well as helping others gain and understanding for the subject matter