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director: Corinne Dunphy
Antigonish, Nova Scotia and Iqaluit, Nunavut
March and August 2020
A reflective visual diary of small and familiar memories throughout the lingering days of the pandemic.
director: Windolph Family (Janine Windolph)
July 26, 2020
Food brings a family together.
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.
director: Dylan Akio Smith
Vancouver/Southern Gulf Islands, BC
July 17-20, 2020
After 4 months of being isolated a family decides to come up for air.
director: Matthew Rankin
May 10th 2020 + June 10th, 2020
Matthew spends Mother's Day in his mom's house slowly deleting her voicemails.
director: Heather Frise
Snippets of night-time conversations and drawings create a sense of the pandemic world Heather finds herself in - juggling work, homeschooling her daughter, and taking care of her mother who has Alzheimer’s.
director: Mike Rollo
June 15-21, 2020
Days of the week blend together.
director: aAron Munson
St. Albert, Alberta
June 21 & 22nd, 2020
An impression of a family on pause.
director: Simon Davidson
West Vancouver, British Columbia
March 25-26, 2020
The day-to-day struggles of a young girl with dyslexia and her attempts to learn remotely during isolation times.
director: Yuqi Kang
Inner Mongol; Calgary, Alberta
An intimate and very personal look at how even the most certain things in life can be taken away in the blink of an eye.
director: Rolla Tahir – رولا طاهر
Toronto (Kuwait, Sudan)
May/June 2020 (1988 - 1991)
Immigrant families already in a form of isolation keep connected across time zones by experiencing births and birthdays, eids and ramadans at a distance.
director: Kelly O’Brien
March - May, 2020
A young girl describes the struggles of life under quarantine in letters to her grandparents.
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