Our Short Film is Now Completed – My Life In Vancouver

AK-Media is delighted to announce our new short film My Life in Vancouver

This project began in the fall of 2019 and was recently completed. Our purpose was to share the beauty of Vancouver through Akane’s experiences. We are very grateful for the help of others who participated in the creation of this film. 

My Life in Vancouver

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We were able to film at Vancouver’s iconic locations. Local cafes, restaurants and businesses participated in the filming. 

Below is a list of the businesses and locations that we recommend visiting in Vancouver. 

  1. Lynn Canyon Park
  2. Sunset Beach Park
  3. Burrard Street Bridge 
  4. Waterfront station
  5. Lighthouse Park
  6. International House
  7. Main Street Brewing Co.
  8. Creekside park
  9. Trout Lake Farmer’s Market 
  10. Granville Island Public Market 
  11. Maple Tree Square 
  12. The Greek by Anatoli
  13. Bamboo Cafe 
  14. Steam Clock 
  15. Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge 

Lynn Canyon Park

3690 Park Rd, North Vancouver, BC

Sunset Beach Park

1204 Beach Ave, Vancouver, BC

Burrard Street Bridge

Burrard Bridge, Vancouver, BC

Waterfront Station

601 W Cordova St, Vancouver, BC

Lighthouse Park

4902 Beacon Ln, West Vancouver, BC 

International House

88 W Pender St #2001, Vancouver, BC 

Main Street Brewing Co.

261 E 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC 

Creekside Park

1455 Quebec St, Vancouver, BC 

Trout Lake Farmer’s Market

Lakewood Dr, E 13th Ave, Vancouver, BC 

Granville Island Public Market

1669 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC

Maple Tree Square 

1 Water St, Vancouver, BC

The Greek By Anatoli

1043 Mainland St, Vancouver, BC

Bamboo Cafe

301 W Cordova St, Vancouver, BC

Gastown Steam Clock

305 Water St, Vancouver, BC

Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge

3690 Park Rd, North Vancouver, BC


Our team consists of a professional videographer, sound designer and assistant staff. We also had support from Tourism Vancouver and Vancouver Film School. 

Film/ Edit

Daichi Sawada

Daichi is originally from Kumamoto Japan, he always had an interest in the visual arts. After his third year of university he came to Canada and then traveled extensively. It was then he decided to follow his dream and devote himself full-time to videography and record the beauty and diversity of the places he visits. 

Daichi’s works as a freelance videographer in Tokyo and is a frequent visitor to Vancouver.

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Sound Design

Derek L’Hirondelle

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Tourism Vancouver

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Audio equipment support 

Vancouver Film School

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Assistant support 

AK-Media Team

Contact us

We are currently working on a new project with the same members. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions in regards to the production of this film. 

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