From Vancouver to St. John's, we're sending one camera hitchhiking across Canada.

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My Introduction to Hitchhiking

The first time I was told about hitchhiking was from my dad. It was not a positive experience for him. I won’t go into details but if you remember the scene from the original Degrassi where Wheels gives it a try, it was basically just like that. I’ve never hitchhikedRead the Rest…

Two legs of the journey are now sponsored!

The Thunder Bay >> Wawa leg, and the Toronto >> Montreal leg both have sponsors now! When you sponsor a leg of the trip, you get a special piece of memorabilia selected by the traveler. We’ll keep you in the loop, and you’ll get an exclusive advance look at aRead the Rest…

“C” is for Canada…Collaboration…Cooperation…and Cookie. That’s good enough for me!

I love anything film or television related. I’m 26 years old and I’ve wanted to work in this industry since I was 7 years old, so after 19 years of working like a madman towards growing in that field, I still jump at the chance to be involved in filmRead the Rest…

Why you should try hitch hiking!

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I’ve hitchhiked quite a few times throughout my life, and I can safely say it’s one of the most interesting things a person can experience. If you think about it, you’re throwing yourself at the whims of a complete stranger. You’re getting into the car of a person you’ve neverRead the Rest…

A hasty reflection on why we’re doing it

  We’re almost rip-raring to go on this shit, and I hope some of you reading this are as excited as I am. We got a collective assembled from some of the best artists I’ve ever met in Canada, and I mean that. It’s like the Dirty Dozen of documentaryRead the Rest…

Aimee’s Blog

Welcome to my first ACAC blog post! I’d like to begin by thanking Dylan Ferguson & Craig Ward for putting so much time and effort into the project thus far. The videos we put together were epic – I had such a great time recording my friends, visiting their pastRead the Rest…

Website and Indiegogo are live

CameraAcrossCanada.com is up and running! Check out the video and see what the project is all about, and consider donating!

It's an improvised documentary relay, showcasing the stories of travellers coast-to-coast, and all of them collaborating to create an unlikely and honest portrait of the country and its people.