Kandahar is a 3 minute tribute to Canada's Service in Afghanistan. I shot this in 2010 during my embed with Operation Athena and the Canadian Forces. Please support all of our troops. The fallen and the living who are struggling on their return to their home countries. We are a Nation of caring people.

Television interview by Fanny Kiefer of Alison MacLean Tomboy Digital Productions.

EBCO Corporate Profile

Tomboy Digital Productions creates client driven Film, Television, and Corporate Digital Product. Clients have included: Holt Renfrew, CIBC, City of Toronto, City of Vancouver, Chinese Canadian Military Museum, ArmorWorks, United Church of Canada, Canadian Cancer Society, Canadian Naval Societies and others. 

Laura Wong Chinese Canadian Veteran WW2

Outside The Wire Promo Afghanistan

This 15 minute Promo is great for Educators to create informed dialogue about Canada and Nato led missions. Refer to vimeo.com/user5785392 for download. 

Jeff Lee Military Nurse Kandahar 

MacLean's Magazine article on Family Law (Link Below)

MacLean's Magazine article on Family Law (Link Below)

Advocacy Worker and Keynote Speaker covering topics such as..

Women in Combat

Self Representation in Family Law

Combat Camera

Documenting/Archiving Canadian Stories

 

Filmmaker Alison MacLean spent three weeks among Canada’s Military in Afghanistan while preparing this revealing look at the women serving in combat roles on the front lines of the Afghan mission. This Film examines the life and death decisions of female officers in Battle Group Operations and the peril faced by women who venture beyond the front lines into enemy territory.
— Winnipeg Free Press-Brad Oswald
“Service that leaves a legacy of care...Outside the Wire (W Network) is an exception to the often tortured programs aired on this day...This Doc is definitely and admirably no-frills.”
The Globe and Mail-John Doyle
— The Globe and Mail

Broken In BC: This Is Not My Canada Documentary Promo

Tuskegee Airmen visit the Aboriginal Centre with Chinese Canadian Veterans WW2. Refer to Vimeo Site, Link down below. 

Tuskegee Airmen visit the Aboriginal Centre with Chinese Canadian Veterans WW2. Refer to Vimeo Site, Link down below.