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Amplify Her PURPLE CARPET TOUR

Amplify Her PURPLE CARPET TOUR

Riding on the waves of the growing national discussion on gender inequality comes Amplify Her: the rise of the feminine, a timely documentary about three female music artists who rise to become beacons on the global festival scene ...

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

Remembering Maple

Remembering Maple

Jasleen Kaur

Friends and family recall the life and loss of Maple Batalia, a 19-year-old Health Sciences student at Simon Fraser University. She was loved by all and had a brilliant future ahead of her before she was murdered outside the campus by her former boyfriend.

Cest Moi

Cest Moi

Howard J. Davis

Set in modern-day Montréal, C'est Moi explores the collision of the past as it meets the present. Performance by Montréal native Jenny Brizard evokes the return of a ghostly figure, Marie-Josèph Angélique, a runaway slave in 18th century New France (Québec). She was accused of setting a fire in Vieux Montréal and subsequently tortured and hanged. As it prepared to celebrate its 375th anniversary, the City of Montréal removed a plaque that stated a declaration against racial discrimination, thus posing the question, "How much of our past is erased in the restoration of history?"

Labelled

Labelled

Megan McClennon

The power and damage wrought by labelling children is front and centre in this short animation with puppets.

New Frames

New Frames

Kyle Pangan / Garry Nie / Sharif Mohammad / Marlio Herrera Lira / Lukas Garcia Ariza / Darrion Capellan

New Frames was created with active participation of young immigrant and refugee men to shed perspectives on mental health and well being as they seek a better life in a new country. In a time where the world is witnessing the largest displacements of people since the Second World War, this uniquely collaborative work gives voice to those not often listened to, encouraging conversations on topics stigmatized for far too long.

Call from Josie

Call from Josie

Mark Sawers

Darlene has made a momentous decision about her lengthy illness. Just as she and a very unusual in-home service converge, a frantic call from her stubborn daughter threatens to derail her plans. 

AMPLIFY HER: motion comics

AMPLIFY HER: motion comics

Nicole Sorochan / Ian MacKenzie

This compilation of seven animated motion comics is based on the rise of seven female DJ's each climbing the ranks of the international electronic music scene while wrestling with their own personal struggles. Based on the feature documentary AMPLIFY HER: the rise of the feminine, it shifts the women's stories into a graphic novel esthetic, imagined by 16 female artists.