Rise of the Machines




This video was a fun one to put together.  Using pictures and animation, Dockview created this video to say "thanks" to all who contributed to Ashley Hall's Loyalty Fund. 



It's no secret that Downtown Charleston's a great place to walk or ride a bike.  Even for casual bikers, it's pretty easy to get around. 

But what if you don't live downtown?  Or if you do, ever wanted to ride off the peninsula?  For a weekend adventure, what if you could safely ride from downtown to Folly Beach?  Or Sullivans Island to West Ashley, or anywhere in between?

The Battery2Beach initiative by Charleston Moves is gearing to do just that.  The plan is to connect all of Charleston's beaches with safe biking paths into downtown. 

Dockview and Slant Media are teaming up with Obviouslee Marketing to support the effort with a video, soon to be released on the Battery2Beach website.  Just curious... does anyone know how to fix an old chain that keeps falling off?

Battery2Beach logo courtesy of Gil Shuler Graphic Design.



I Want My ETV

Tune in next week to watch Dockview's documentary, The Ashley Hall Centennial, on South Carolina Public Television.

The half hour broadcast will be aired statewide on Thursday, April 8th at 7pm on both ETV as well as ETV's high def station (ETV HD).  And then rebroadcast on the same stations on Sunday, April 11th at 1pm.  

On Monday, April 12th, The Ashley Hall Centennial will be shown at 10pm on another of ETV's stations, The South Carolina Channel (SCC).



Dockview Wins Two Tellys

The Telly Awards honor the best video and film productions.  This year's Telly Awards received over 13,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents.



Chefs' Feast

Dockview was honored to help sponsor the eleventh annual Chefs' Feast, a benefit gala for the Lowcountry Food Bank.  Twenty seven of Charleston's finest chefs gathered at the Charleston Area Convention Center to host a memorable night for over a thousand guests.

The event raised nearly $150,000 for the programs run by the Food Bank.  Dockview produced this four minute video which was shown that evening to help raise awareness of childhood hunger within our community.