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News & Events

Upcoming Vancouver Screening of REED: The Life and Works of Roy Kiyooka

Friday, May 2 at 7:00 p.m. (reception at 6:00 p.m. - everyone welcome)
Location: Tonari Gumi
101 - 42 West 8th Avenue (near Ontario)
Admission $15.00
For Advance Tickets: 604-687-2172 REED In his namesake the ...

Vancouver premières

Moving Images Distribution is proud to partner with several organizations for the Vancouver premières of two new films, directed by Anishinaabe filmmaker Lisa Jackson. March 9th: The Gwa'sala and 'Nakwaxda'xw Nations, who lived as two distinct First Nations ...

New Releases

We Carry Each Others Memories

We Carry Each Other's Memories

Allan Tremblay / Danny Crain

In this collaboration between Marilyn Simon Ingram (IRSS survivor and advocate) and Barb Martin with Outreach Productions, Indian Residential School survivors in Atlantic Canada reflect on their experiences with the Shubenacadie Residential School in central Nova Scotia.

UNDEFEATED. An intimate portrait of Parkinsons

UNDEFEATED. An intimate portrait of Parkinson's

Kim Knechtel

Inspirational and raw, UNDEFEATED features five individuals living with Parkinson's, the second-most-common neurological disorder after Alzheimer's. All led very active lives and continue to be as active as they can. They share a wealth of information on daily challenges they face--while shopping, driving, getting dressed, shaving, representing a client as a courtroom lawyer, hiking, and many more.

Hatties Heist

Hattie's Heist

John Kent Harrison

Hattie's Heist is a transformational rags to riches comedy that makes a comment on the widespread plight of impoverished seniors and the dwindling pensions facing retiring boomers. It's best perceived as a caper film. It is not a story to encourage oldsters to rob banks, but an inspirational tale to encourage them to fulfill their dreams before it is too late.

Le Dormeur du Val

Le Dormeur du Val

Laura Carnet

In spoken French with optional subtitles in French, English, Spanish and German

Based on Arthur Rimbaud's poem Le Dormeur du Val, this art essay video stages different young soldiers from different times and countries, to illlustrate the absurdity of war. No matter the location or the context, the soldiers represent only one person--a victim.




Harry Killas

The members of the so-called 'Vancouver School' are the biggest international art stars to ever come out of Canada, yet they remain little known, even to many Canadians. PICTURE START tells the remarkable, and unlikely, story of the emergence and rise of the original generation of this esteemed group: Jeff Wall, Rodney Graham and Ian Wallace.

Freedom Babies

Freedom Babies

Doreen Manuel

A young family from the Secwepemc First Nation lives in a traditional pit house near Kamloops in the Thompson River Valley of British Columbia. Their lives are rooted in concern for the environment, respect for unceded traditional territory and a return to traditional First Nations culture.