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Remembering Maple SFU Surrey screening

Remembering Maple SFU Surrey screening

Please join us on what would have been Maple's 26th birthday, for a screening of 'Remembering Maple', a documentary profiling the life and loss of Maple Batalia, directed by Jasleen Kaur.

     

Holodomor: Voices of Survivors Screening

Wednesday, September 13, 7:30 pm: Holodomor: Voices of Survivors, a documentary exposing the little-known 1932-33 famine of the Ukrainian ...

A Tribute to Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

Completed well before the Canadian Government's Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls began its operations, Moon Water, a documentary honouring missing and murdered women in British Columbia illuminates the tremendous complexity of this pheonmenon. Métis direcctor Rita ...

New Releases

Lida Moser Photographer: Odyssey in Black and White

Lida Moser Photographer: Odyssey in Black and White

Joyce Borenstein

Lida Moser (1920-2014), a New York photographer, created over 1,000 photographs of rural Québec in 1950. Sixty years later, she recounts her road trip along the St Lawrence to Montréal director and animator Joyce Borenstein.

The Fifth Region

The Fifth Region

Gabriel Nuraki Koperqualuk / Aeyliya Husain

Canada's Arctic is divided into four territories. Inuit children were affected greatly by the 60s Scoop and a large number of Inuit people now live in the South, which they call "the fifth region." Two young urban Inuit people share their personal journeys to reconcile mixed identities and reconnect with tradiional Inuit culture far from home.

Kwadacha by the river

Kwadacha by the river

Dave Shortt / Mitchell McCook / Jessica Hallenbeck

In the 1960s the people of the Kwadacha First Nation were flooded out of their traditional northern British Columbia territory by one of the largest hydroelectric dams in the world, the W.A.C. Bennett dam. Now, they share their story of loss and resilience.

My Name Was January

My Name Was January

Lenee Son / Elina Gress

When a trans sister, January Marie Lapuz, is brutally murdered in her own home, a community reacts. Her friends and other trans women of colour come to voice their issues, concerns, and challenges.

c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city

c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city

Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers

Members of the Musqueam First Nation reflect on their 24-hour, 200-day occupation to protect a 4,000-year-old ancestral Musqueam village from destruction by a condo development planned in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Finding Peter Bryce

Finding Peter Bryce

Peter C. Campbell

Andy Bryce uncovers the story of his great-grandfather, Dr. Peter Bryce, who revealed health abuses in Canada's Residential Schools with the 1922 publication of The Story of a National Crime: Being an Appeal for Justice to the Indians of Canada.