Success is a Spectrum: FASD and Adoptions in British Columbia (DVD)
(Gulf Islands Film & Television School and Walking Feet Video Productions, Whitecrow Village FASD Society, 2008)
Commissioned by the British Columbia Ministry of Children and Family Development, the Whitecrow Village Film Crew filmed and produced an update to an earlier MCFD film on adoption and FASD. The original video, “Redefining Success,” was filmed in 1999 – 2000, and features our own Kee Warner, Daniel Warner, and Kirk Lutke. The updated sequel, “Success is a Spectrum,” showcases the stories of adults and adolescents with FASD who have been adopted and their adoptive families. The new video features various members from the Whitecrow Village community and was released in the summer of 2008.
Welcome to Whitecrow Village (DVD)
(Gulf Islands Film & Television School and Walking Feet Video Productions, Whitecrow Village FASD Society, 2005)
An informative film short which introduces viewers to the success-engendering philosophy and vision of Whitecrow Village FASD Society. Showcasing Whitecrow Village team leaders, volunteers, professionals, and parents, this film offers a sampler of our core Live-In FASD Education (L.I.F.E.) Sessions, trainings, and volunteer programs for professionals and community members. Filmed & produced entirely by adults with FASD, the video offers a glimpse into a community in which all members are supported in their success, and encourages youth, families and professionals to seek out opportunities to join in this community.
Success in the Workplace (DVD)
(Walking Feet Film & Video Productions, Whitecrow Village FASD Society, 2006)
Short documentary showcasing adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder at work. The film explores some of the challenges faced by employers and employees and presents interventions and supports that have proven successful in various employment settings.
Finding Hope A video produced by Force Four Entertainment includes a chapter about Whitecrow Village
Videos produced by Whitecrow Village and participants of the Living Well project for the Community Action Initiative