a media-rich entertainment site that brings all-original programming,
straight from the heart of Vancouver, B.C.'s independent filmmaking
community, to the internet. Digital filmmakers, actors, writers,
musicians, DJ's, and other artists have come together to create
live-action comedic and dramatic web series'.
March 4, 2001 we put our very first one-minute teaser online
and were excited to find that within a week, dozens of people
from 6 countries were watching. Every week since, this page
has been updated with a brand new look. In the past four years,
we have seen our little site grow from a single one-minute teaser
to 48 episodes of 12 different series, and from hundreds of
visitors in 6 countries, to hundreds of thousands of visitors
in over 130 countries.
the spring of 2002, our ardent fans campaigned the Canadian
digital cable network PrideVision TV, resulting in the creation
of the 7-episode half-hour series "wayoutwest.tv"
which began airing nationwide in the fall of that same year.
From our home in Vancouver to your homes around the world, thank
you all for tuning in.
with DSL, Cable or a dial-up 56k modem can view the shows in
QuickTime, Real Player and Windows Media Player formats. Episodes
range from one and a half to eight minutes in length and are
free for all users.
site is currently funded entirely by its artists, all of whom
volunteer their time. We hope other artists around the world
will be inspired by our efforts to create similar sites in their
communities and share their culturally unique stories that are
not represented in traditional media.
2007 wayoutwest.tv started the video blog section. Posting videos
from other filmmakers around the world.