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    • End of the Rope 

      Guvenc, Sibel Saadet (2019-07-02)
      End of the Rope is a sci-fi drama about an injured dancer's journey towards self-empowerment. After being crippled by a car accident, a former dancer enters a power struggle with an exploitative scientist who promises her ...
    • Biidaaban: First Light 

      Jackson, Elizabeth Linda (2019-07-02)
      Biidaaban: First Light is a short room-scale virtual reality (VR) experience that places the user in a future Toronto, set in and around Nathan Phillips Square. It projects a possible future where nature has begun to reclaim ...
    • To Leave With You 

      Williams, Alexander Abu Daniel Sawma (2019-03-05)
      To Leave with You is a documentary journey between mother and son, examining the reverberations of four years of intimate partner violence over the following fifty years. In 1967, my mother was drawn to a highly intelligent ...
    • Fail to Appear 

      Bourges, Antoine (2019-03-05)
      Fail to Appear is a feature length drama about Isolde, a new case manager in a low income neighborhood of Toronto, and her client Eric, a man with a history of mental illness who runs into trouble with the law. This film ...
    • Eulogy for the Dead Sea 

      Teif, Polina (2019-03-05)
      Eulogy for the Dead Sea is a poetic experimental documentary chronicling the disappearance of the Dead Sea from the initial manufacturing enterprises dating back to 1920s, until 2017. The Dead Sea borders Jordan, Palestines ...
    • Butterfly Jump 

      Lewis, Mary Catherine (2019-03-05)
      Butterfly Jump tells the story of a scrappy, overweight woman from the wrong side of the tracks who is a single parent determined to have her children fit into the upper crust. Connie Noseworthy sends her children to a ...
    • Be/longing 

      Breuer, Amit Ahuva Gita (2019-03-05)
      Be/longing follows Jaffa resident Amal Rihan during one of the most challenging times of the year for Palestinian-Israelis: the days between Israels Memorial Day, for fallen soldiers, and Israels Independence Day. Set ...
    • 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 ...
    • Argos 

      Boni, Christopher Michael (2018-11-21)
      Within a small derelict town, a mother, fed up with the absentee father of her child, uses her powers to transform him into the most loyal creature known to man. By turning him into a dog, she is teaching her daughter that ...
    • The Urge to Run a Lap 

      Chan, Lesley Loksi (2018-08-27)
      "THE URGE TO RUN A LAP" is a 14-minute experimental fiction film about a middle-aged woman who goes back to visit the maternity home where she lived as a pregnant teenager. Told through text, images of the quotidian, found ...
    • The Madisons Lost at Sea 

      McNeil, Jacob William (2018-05-28)
      The Madisons Lost at Sea is a feature-length screenplay about a family who was once shipwrecked on a deserted island. Twenty years later, their lives are still defined by the fallout of that experience and the way their ...
    • Until We Meet Again 

      Zong, Eui Yong (2018-05-28)
      ABSTRACT Until We Meet Again is a 40-minute documentary where I, as a South-Korean Canadian filmmaker, follow a group of North Korean university students first journey to the outside world for their graduation trip. North ...
    • Scaffold 

      Radwanski, Kazik James (2018-05-28)
      Scaffold is a narrative short with structuralist and documentary aspects. Filmed in fragmentary close-up, Scaffold stitches together the conversations, interactions, and people-watching that make up the daily grind for ...
    • Pichn 

      Mondesir, Esery (2018-05-28)
      Pichn is a 30-minute documentary that captures the daily life of an Afro-Cuban family, the Galdeses, in the outskirts of La Havana, Cubas capital city. At once observational and participatory, the film focuses on ...
    • Family Portrait 

      Marshall, Elizabeth Diane (2018-05-28)
      Its a rare experience to have lived formative years on a commune and to be the daughter of its leaders. In the late 1960s my parents were at the centre of a Toronto-based communitarian movement of baby boomers. During a ...
    • This Will Be My Legacy 

      Smith, Erica Genereux (2018-03-01)
      This Will Be My Legacy is a short fiction film following Martha, a lonely and directionless young woman who is a contestant in a competition promising to send the winners to colonize Mars. The contestants must accept that, ...
    • Elder 

      McIntyre, Daniel Mark (2018-03-01)
      An essay and travelogue of a quest to uncover the legacy of the Vikings and how their influence affected the Celts and other civilizations on their path throughout history, Elder looks at one view of a group of people and ...
    • Self Portrait 

      Greenwood, Lauren Susan (2018-03-01)
      Self Portrait, a feature length screenplay set in present day Toronto, Berlin, and fictional Kirchenfeld, Bavaria, tells the story of Hugo, a schizophrenic recent art school graduate who wins a painting prize and exhibition ...
    • Mustard Seed 

      Roessler, Lina (2017-07-27)
      Mustard Seed is the story of a boy who witnessed the murder of his parents and sister. Although now an old man, he is forced to relive the nightmare of his past. The story is about memory, about trauma, and about how no ...
    • Preceding Demons 

      Pentzos, Cody Austin Douglas (2017-07-27)
      Preceding Demons is a psychological period drama that explores the fictionalized relationship between Dracula novelist Bram Stoker and prodigious serial killer Jack The Ripper. Set in the years before both the infamous ...

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