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Rumination Dir. Ashleigh Vallancourt, 2022, Canada, 4 minutes
At night, a woman’s mind wanders as she chops firewood.
Ashleigh Vaillancourt is a multimedia artist and filmmaker based out of Vancouver, Canada. Ashleigh’s work explores themes of personal resilience and social empathy, as well as the interplay of analog painting and generative digital art.
Chasing Birds Dir. Una Lorenzen, 2022, Canada, 8 minutes
A hand-drawn animation of parallel universes in which strangers, unaware of each other’s presence, share the use of a long table as their worlds gradually merge.
Wherever You Are, Wherever I Am Dir. Kay Chan, 2022, Canada, 3 minutes
This film follows a pair of Two-Spirit Métis-Chinese youth softening a deer hide together. An experimental film about belonging and honoring your full self and ancestry, no matter where you are.
Red House Dir. Barry Doupé, 2022, Canada, 3 minutes
RED HOUSE is an animation that playfully explores metamorphosis in relation to the stability and structure of housing. Created using the AMIGA computer console and Deluxe Paint IV software, hand drawn sequences delight in the constant reconfiguration of images, characters and forms.
Hotel Dir. David Curtis, 2022, Yukon, 5 minutes
During a two week stay in a nearly vacant hotel David Curtis developed an intimate relationship to his room and the hotel’s architecture and décor. With no other tenants to be seen he was free to wander and absorb the strange ambiance of its spaces, while searching for signs of life, both past and present.
Municipal Relaxation Module Dir Matthew Rankin, 2022, Canada, 6 minutes
Ken has a perfect spot for a city bench, and is calling the city to share his idea.
Living with Ataxia Dir Annie Maheux, Canada, 10 min
Based on an original idea by Magdalena Guzman and coordinated by Annie Maheux, Vivre avec Ataxie (Living with Ataxia) deals with the fundamental intersections between desire and disability, through video and Virtual Reality research.
I Thought the World of You Dir. Kurt Walker, 2022, Canada, 17 minutes
The speculative tale of Canadian outsider musician Lewis, his 1983 album L’Amour, and its belated discovery. A love story composed in myth and song.
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