Leo Award 2016 Winner
Best Screen Writing and
Best Production Design
– Scout & The Gumboot Kids

2016 Golden Sheaf Award Winner
Best Children’s and Youth Production
Scout & The Gumboot Kids

2016 Golden Sheaf Award
Best Children’s and Youth Production – Scout & The Gumboot Kids

2015 Leo Nomination
Best Music Video of the Year
Jessie Farrell’s single, “Feeling Free”
Take Me Outside Album

2015 CSA Nomination
Best Production Design – Take Me Home

Leo Award: Best Directors of a Documentary Program for A Window Looking In at the Leo Awards

Two Story Productions Inc. projects have been nominated for 25 Leo Awards and awarded 5 Leos.

WIFV Festival, A Window Looking In awarded the “Canadian Distribution Award”

Canadian Spotlight Award for the Music Video – Jim Byrnes “Just a Pilgrim”

Kodak Spotlight Award – WIFV (Tara Hungerford) for directing

Nominated for the CCMA Best Music Video of the Year – “In This Room”


Knowledge Network

“Tara and Eric are Vancouver’s Eames’s of filmmaking. They create in a way like no other. They helped create the idea of TAKE ME HOME from the very beginning. Then they gave it life and took it to another level. Tara and Eric always deliver better than imagined. They are relentless in their perfection.”

– Murray Battle, Director of Independent Production and Presentation, Knowledge Network


“Bell has worked with Two Story Productions on creative video projects over the past few years. They are an extremely professional, creative and talented group that listens closely to their clients’ needs to execute their vision with accuracy. They delivered products that surpassed our expectations.”

– Jennifer Hopp, Manager, Bell Sponsorship



is going to save lives. It’s going to change the destiny of a lot of people in this province.”

– Nick Greer, ICBC President and CEO


A Window Looking In hooks you from the first note…”

– Jenn Laidlaw, Granville Online

“It’s an entertaining, beautifully shot slice of whimsy.”

– David Spaner, The Province, on short film, Break a Leg, Rosie

“In terms of pure formal beauty, Tara Hungerford and Eric Hogan’s Wearing the Unknown is outstanding.”

– Mark Harris, Georgia Straight

**** Four Stars “…looks terrific…confident production values…”

– Barry Link, The Vancouver Courier, on short film, Mon amour, mon parapluie

“it’s a love letter to the Canadian wilderness featuring myriad pristine lakes, craggy shorelines and lots of fir trees.”

– VideoFACT, Muchmoremusic, Paperboys music video, “White Noise Lullaby”

“It’s a simple, heartfelt video from a journeyman band that practically invites you to just sit back with your beverage of choice and savour the moment.”

– VideoFACT, Muchmoremusic, on Paperboys music video, “Dilapidated Beauty”

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