HomeUrban PlanningVantage short film envisions a miniature Vancouver

Vantage short film envisions a miniature Vancouver

Subscribe to stay up to date

A new short film, ‘Vantage’, imagines what life would be like in a miniature Vancouver, highlighting the details and movement of urban life.

The four-minute short film was directed by Jack Dunn. Many of the shots were filmed from balconies offered up by volunteers across the city. 

The film is an official selection of the Vancouver International Film Awards, as well as several other short film festivals. 

Screenshots: Vantage, Vancouver in Miniature

Vantage short film title
Title screen from Vantage short film.
Screenshot of a 'miniature' Dunsmuir and Richards intersection
Screenshot of a ‘miniature’ Dunsmuir and Richards intersection.
Screenshot of 'miniature' train yard adjacent to Gastown.
Screenshot of ‘miniature’ train yard adjacent to Gastown.
Screenshot of a 'miniature' Terry Fox Plaza
Screenshot of a ‘miniature’ Terry Fox Plaza.
Screenshot of a 'miniature' Creekside Park
Screenshot of a ‘miniature’ Creekside Park.
Screenshot of a 'miniature' Kits Pool
Screenshot of a ‘miniature’ Kits Pool.
Screenshot of a 'miniature' Queen Elizabeth Park
Screenshot of a ‘miniature’ Queen Elizabeth Park.
Peter Meiszner
Peter Meisznerhttps://www.peterforvancouver.com/
I am planning to run for Vancouver City Council in 2022. Please visit peterforvancouver.com to stay informed on my campaign.
RELATED ARTICLES

SEARCH urbanYVR

Snaile Smart Parcel Lockers

LATEST NEWS

FOLLOW US