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director: Blaine Thurier
Vancouver, BC and Toronto, ON
June 4th, 5th, and 6th
Inspiration runs dry for a writer during the pandemic, so he calls out to his Muse for help from above.
director: Simon Gadke
May 18, 2020
A woman decides to violate quarantine recreational driving recommendations and goes for a ride.
director: Emily Piggford
May 20 - 28, 2020
“If you don’t catch and release the spider early it’s just going to hunker down and molt and grow bigger.”
director: Cliff Caines
May 30th & 31st, 2020
Walking in relative isolation during the pandemic has become both an escape and a privileged confinement - a labyrinth.
director: Rob Leickner
Vancouver, British Columbia
May 16th to May 22nd
A man wonders if he is experiencing isolation differently than those around him.
director: Shabnam Sukhdev
May 13, 2020
A filmmaker experiences a spattering of recollections as her daughter’s recent hospitalization comes to an end.
director: Janine Fung
A heartwarming portrait of a family of 8 in isolation – is home the people, the house, or the history? What is home?
director: Ali Kazimi
Parkdale, Toronto, Ontario
March 14 – April 28, 2020
2 Bengal cats and their human companions spend time together in isolation.
director: Araya Mengesha
May 25th, 2020
“I’ve been looking at you from a distance and I can’t stay silent.”
director: Laura Bari
Si is a political poem - and a fearless dialogue of horror that embraces the idea of living alone and together.
director: Dan Browne
Beach Hill in Toronto, Ontario
April 12 - May 6, 2020
A look at daily life – with homeschooling routines, a young daughter's face, and shifting refractions of a hanging crystal.
director: Keith Lock
May 5 - 22, 2020
There’s beauty in the unusual during spring lockdown… and there’s skateboarding.
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