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director: Peter Rowe
An animated film that gives a voice to those most profoundly affected by COVID-19 and that reminds us that this is not a virus that you want to mess with.
director: Ana Valine
Vancouver, British Columbia
July 11/12, 2020
Archival images of people joyfully in close contact are used to express how hesitant we are now to touch.
director: Esery Mondesir
June 26, 2020
Darkness as the absence of light is re-imagined as a site of immeasurable creative and destructive power.
director: James Dunnison
July 1, 2020
A playful piece of autobiographical memoir about the first time James was quarantined and needed to self isolate in Athens.
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: Kara Blake
June 14, 2020
An escapist antidote to feeling isolated - imagining our homes as a host to a growing number of plants and animals whether we’re aware of it or not.
director: Mike Rollo
June 15-21, 2020
Days of the week blend together.
director: Lisa Rideout
April 23, 2020
Director Lisa Rideout explores what’s missing in a neighbourhood impacted by social distancing.
director: aAron Munson
St. Albert, Alberta
June 21 & 22nd, 2020
An impression of a family on pause.
director: Julia Hart & Samantha Kaine
June 17, 2020
3min 10 sec
Two friends share a phone conversation an ocean apart – “if all of this wasn’t happening, where in the world do you think you would be?”
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.
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