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    • 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 ...
    • Birthday 

      Khademolreza, Atefeh (2019-11-22)
      BirthDay is a 28-minute experimental narrative film set in Toronto, following one day in the life of three immigrants: an Afghani woman, a Serbian man, and a Syrian boy who lives with his grandmother. Their lives are ...
    • Candy Crush 

      Karkheirankhoozani, Delaram (2016-09-20)
      Candy Crush is a short experimental film that explores varied experiences of migrants who leave their childhood memories and historical roots behind. It interweaves two narratives; the reminiscences of a migrant (myself) ...
    • Of Sand & Gold 

      Charabaty, Raghed (2019-11-22)
      Astarte, Goddess of Love, lives with her children in a small house on top of Mount Lebanon. One day, a flock of cars arrive at the house carrying people escaping a terrifying sandstorm called the Khamseen. A repeating cycle ...
    • Our House 

      Bayani, Susan (2019-11-22)
      Our House is a short socio-political drama about Anahita, an Iranian refugee in Toronto, who runs into the man who brutally murdered her parents at their home in Tehran years ago. Despite Anahitas attempts in the past to ...
    • Roj Means Sun 

      Razavi, Mahsa (2016-09-20)
      My thesis project, a 22-minute dramatic film, focuses on the life of ROJIN(12), a young Kurdish-Canadian girl who has just lost her father Agir in a battle in Iraqi Kurdistan. Throughout the film, we follow Rojin as she ...
    • Tesfaye/Hope 

      Negatu, Daniel Debebe (2018-11-21)
      Shot in Ethiopia and Canada, the film recounts the journey of Tesfaye, who fled his country nineteen years ago in search of a better life spending years as a refugee in Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland and South Africa. Caught ...

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