• Kewekapawetan: Return After the Flood 

      Dysart, Jennifer Faye Leigh (2014-07-09)
      The people of South Indian Lake Manitoba are slowly leaving behind a long period of social crisis brought on by the damming of their namesake lake in the 1970’s. The environmental devastation still exists, but the community ...
    • Blind 

      Garrity, Sean Michael James (2014-07-09)
      “Blind” tells the story of a man who quits his job and buys an RV to drive his daughter, who is losing her sight, across Canada to see the Rocky Mountains before she goes blind. The film is framed with the narrative ...
    • Operation Untitled 

      Demers, Joshua Andrew (2014-07-09)
      Operation Untitled is a screenplay exploring the self-empowerment of the individual against the socio-political and religious forces that inform the hierarchy of a Catholic high school. The protagonist, Peter Charles who ...
    • Shadow of the Headframe 

      Lean, Victoria Brigitte (2014-07-28)
      Shadow of the Headframe is a feature length essay film that paints a complex portrait of the Attawapiskat First Nation – a place that is a homeland for some, and a new frontier for others. In the shadow of a De Beers diamond ...
    • Notes from the Anthropocene 

      Long, Terra Jean (2015-01-26)
      Notes from the Anthropocene is an experimental essay film that explores the cultural imagination of the dinosaur as a souvenir for 21st century humans. The icon of the dinosaur shifts between narratives of extinction and ...
    • What Keeps A Man Alive: Screenplay and Analysis 

      Svirsky, Illia (2015-01-26)
      Set during WWII, What Keeps a Man Alive tracks the fate of a renowned filmmaker and a crew of concentration camp inmates after they are coerced into producing a fraudulent documentary to deceive inspectors from the Red ...
    • All That is Solid: A Celluloid Exploration of Brutalist Architecture 

      Kolcze, Eva (2015-08-28)
      All That Is Solid is an experimental film that investigates Brutalist architecture through the decayed surface of black and white celluloid. The film features three locations: Robarts Library, The University of Toronto ...
    • Liompa 

      Lazebnik, Elizabeta (2015-08-28)
      Shot in Russian with English subtitles, Liompa is a fifteen-minute dramatic film based on the 1928 short story by Russian novelist Yuri Olesha (1899-1960). "Liompa" explores the relationship between an individual and the ...
    • Halfling 

      Fissenden, Emma Louise Jane (2015-08-29)
      Halfling is a feature length screenplay following Azra, a young girl who embarks on a journey across a dystopian future-land to protect her people and ask for help from the Grim, a people she has been taught are monsters.
    • Absence is Present 

      Paskaljevic, Vladimir (2015-08-29)
      Absence Is Present is a short film about emotional aspects of immigration. It’s a story about two women: a daughter in Canada and a mother in Serbia. The daughter (Jelena), who is a young immigrant with a degree in ...
    • A Late Thaw 

      Barr, Kimberley Angela (2015-08-29)
      A Late Thaw is an eighteen-minute drama based on the loss of my boyfriend in an ice climbing accident when I was nineteen. The film is largely a poetic exploration of love, grief, and hope. The narrative is fictionalized ...
    • Sing for Me 

      Waham, Sama (2015-12-16)
      "Sing For Me" is a contemplation of the notion of belonging, connecting with heritage in the form of an inherited nostalgia, while investigating the viewpoint of fractured diasporic identities and ethnic solidarity, and ...
    • Slumber Party 

      Paz, Maya (2015-12-16)
      Slumber Party is a short film about the constant struggle between expectation and reality. Over the course of one, meaningful night, Libby realizes that everything she had been waiting for was not what she expected, and ...
    • Our Father 

      Valle, Daniel (2015-12-16)
      Our Father is a fictional short film that tells a story of two women—a mother (Mira, 53, an immigrant from Croatia) and her daughter (Emily, 30, a born Canadian)— who are trying to set aside their differences while traveling ...
    • Aum, She Who is Most Auspicious 

      Dillon-Davis, Julia Kate Elizabeth (2015-12-16)
      Light seekers. Familial secrets. And parentified children. AUM, SHE WHO IS MOST AUSPICIOUS is a coming-of-age screenplay about what it means to care for others – and for our selves. On the morning she expects to leave ...
    • Return 

      Rotenberg, Aaron Gershon (2015-12-16)
      Return is an experimental documentary framing a search for home amidst displacement. Through personal travel footage, family interviews, archival photography and collected clips from Palestine/Israel, the work interrogates ...
    • Life with John 

      Labik, Michal (2016-09-20)
      Life with John is a 15-minute fiction film about a married couple, Peter and Elena, whose lives are disturbed when Peter's imaginary friend John comes to stay in their small apartment. Having hosted similar visitors in the ...
    • Juha the Whale 

      Masri, Karam Al (2016-09-20)
      Juha the Whale is a short coming-of-age fiction film that explores the isolation a refugee mother and her young daughter face as they await the status of their claimant hearing in Toronto, Canada. Najah (45) and her ...
    • God of Toil 

      McKinnon, Alex (2016-09-20)
      God of Toil is a feature screenplay in the fantasy genre that questions the concepts of destiny and birthright while exploring the morality of war. The hero Rufus is a retired warrior of mythical stature desperate to leave ...
    • Little Miracles 

      Miller, Matthew Eric (2016-09-20)
      Little Miracles is a feature length screenplay. Is slowly reveals the story of a man who desperately wants to be a father, in spite of his own infertility. After being abandoned by his wife five years earlier because she ...