director: Sophy Romvari
shot on: Sony CX405 Handycam
edited with: Adobe Premiere
A short experimental film that explores the loss of identity that can occur when one submits oneself completely to technology.
“Oh, to realize is a short experimental film that explores the loss of identity that can occur when one submits oneself completely to technology.” – Sophy Romvari
director: Jay Cardinal Villeneuve
Keg River, Alberta (57°57′N 117°28′W)
A day in the life of a young Cree girl isolated deep in the boreal forest of northern Alberta.
director: Curtis L. Wiebe
Two friends try to socialize online during the pandemic in this odd couple puppet movie.
director: Lindsay McIntyre
Airports all over the world from when we were allowed
Winter 2016/2017/2018/2019/ Summer 2020
We sit and wait in suspension.
director: Jacquelyn Mills
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
What keeps us afloat during these times? For Jacquelyn it’s swimming in the ocean observing creatures, sounds, colors, shadows and the light below.
director: Milos Mitrovic
A lonely comedian prepares for a virtual stand up act.
director: Leslie Supnet
Winnipeg, Manitoba and The Internet
July & August 2020
Home movies of families visiting the Philippines - appearing and disappearing are used a metaphor for Leslie’s heightened dreams during the pandemic.
director: Fabián Velasco
August 1, 2020
A man in isolation passes time by taking any bit of entertainment he can from the outside world.
director: Corinne Dunphy
Antigonish, Nova Scotia and Iqaluit, Nunavut
March and August 2020
A reflective visual diary of familiar memories from the lingering days of the pandemic.
director: Peter Lynch
A personal story about the cataclysmic life-altering events experienced during life under COVID 19.
director: Windolph Family (Janine Windolph)
July 26, 2020
Food brings a family together.
director: Robin McKenna
Near Wasauksing Marina, Georgian Bay, ON
June 24/25, 2020
When the busy-ness and distractions are taken away, and we're left with silence and stillness - what could we gain by looking more closely at where we are at?
director: Terryll Loffler
July 30, 31, 2020
An observation of the cyclical daily routine and how isolation has brought a family closer together but also further from the outside.
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