04.02.11 by Jeff

An Island / Film Screening

The first-ever Booooooom film screening was a huge success! Thank you all for showing up and packing it out! Huge thanks to the gang at W2 for hosting the event for FREE! If you came out and enjoyed the film, please note that “An Island” runs on donations so if you feel inclined you can jump over here and support the project! Cheers!

vancouver screening of efterklang and vincent moon film an island

vancouver screening of efterklang and vincent moon film an island













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • sorry to all the people cut out of the photos (especially on the right side of the first photo) – i tried to get as many people in there as possible!

  • Kyle

    Thanks Jeff it was great! Loved the scene in the barnyard, wow.

  • yea that part of the film made me well up inside – i like how they included the townspeople

  • Joel

    It was really so awesome. Thanks again Jeff, W2, Vincent Moon, and Efterklang!

    • cheers joel glad you came!

  • I’m amazed to see how known Efterklang is out there in the big world. I remember i saw them at a tiny concert about 6 years ago in little Copenhagen. Now people around the globe are talking about them and seeing movies they’ve made… Cool… Little Denmark isn’t so little any more hehe..

    • i would like nothing more than to help WAAAAY more people hear of them!





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