A hallucinatory 16mm dance, between sleep and wakefulness, starring the enthusiastic traffic cops of Mexico City. Set to music by the filmmaker’s band Bell Orchestre.
| 4 minutes | 2016
A glimpse of the crucial links between Aboriginal communities and natural resources in the Canadian North.
| 10 minutes | 2016
V.E. Day is the story of an insurrection on Canada’s east coast when Allied victory was announced at the end of World War II. The film is told through the eyes of a petty officer.
| 9 minutes | 2016
Two is a cinematic rendering of memory, shot entirely on Super 8 film. Co-created by its subject Harley from age two to four, Two is a document of the filmmaker’s two years at home with the girl.
| 13 minutes | 2016
A single mother navigates raising three young children while clinging to her fading relationship with their father.
| 12 minutes | 2016
For 30 years, the Canadian vessel M.V. Northern Ranger has tirelessly navigated narrow straits and unpredictable weather along the remote Labrador coastline. This sensory documentary explores the vessel’s unique auditory and visual environment.
This visual poem documents the fragmentation of territory in Palestine. Composed of excerpts from letters and poems, the film is an intimate journey from the West Bank hills to the Mediterranean Sea
| 17 minutes | 2016
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