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William F. White brings Viral Vans to Halifax 

Convenient, mobile and affordable shooting package ready to go

William F. White (1096 Marginal Road, 450-1284), one of the key equipment suppliers to the film industry locally and across Canada, is celebrating this evening at a party at the Prince George Hotel the arrival of new production equipment to Halifax.

The equipment is called Viral Vans, and here's how WFW describes it:

"Geared toward empowering a new generation of interactive and digital content producers who are working with smaller budgets, WFW Viral Vans offer a single-source solution as the ultimate all-in-one production vehicle that anyone with a licence can drive. On-board packages include everything needed to produce web-series, music videos, indie films or online content all at an unbeatable price!"

The Viral Vans will be offered in partnership with SIM Video, so customers will be able to take advantage of that company's digital cameras and capabilities as part of the package. Seems pretty simple: You pick up the van and drive it away with everything you need for your shoot---exempting craft service, one would assume---organized on rolling carts, checked and ready to go.

Filmmakers who are interested should visit for more details.

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