Canada Tag Archive

Brent Foster Documents How the Empowered Women of Korogocho Fought Back Against Sexual Predators in ‘ENOUGH’

Documentary

22nd June, 2018

Brent Foster shares how he captured the inspiring story of the women of Korogocho who came together to empower themselves against sexual predators.

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The Lines of Reality & Fiction Blur in Dominique Van Olm’s Sibling Short ‘Little Brother’

Documentary, Live Action

15th May, 2018

DN speaks with Dominique Van Olm about documenting her brother's first trip to Toronto in form-bending narrative sibling documentary, 'Little Brother'.

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A Man is Forced to Confront His Past Behaviour in Ryan Oksenberg’s Unnerving Short ‘Damage Control’

Live Action

30th April, 2018

Ryan Oksenberg explains how location and cinematography combined with choreographed performance for his dark tale of buried guilt and overdue comeuppance.

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Watch #FiveFilms4Freedom – A Global Digital LGBTQ+ Online Film Festival

Documentary, Film Festival, Live Action

23rd March, 2018

The British Council and BFI Flare Festival continue their global, digital LGBTQ+ online film festival #FiveFilms4Freedom.

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La Bomba

Art & Fashion, Asides

9th March, 2018

In a single fabulously continuous shot Gordon von Steiner takes in the beauty of Jacquemus’ Spring/Summer 2018 collection in fashion short La Bomba.

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Canadian Olympians Become Works of Art in Ian Pons Jewell’s Painterly ‘Be Olympic’ Commercial

Live Action

20th February, 2018

Ian Pons Jewell takes us through the classical art pieces & personal stories which inspired his captivating slo-mo ad spot for the Canadian Olympic team.

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Citizen

Art & Fashion, Asides

2nd February, 2018

A powerful contemplative portrait from Brock Newman of East London boxer Jake Quentin Lewis-Hurn as he ponders his impending forced departure from Canada.

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ALIVE | Canada 4K

Asides, Documentary

22nd January, 2018

Florian Nick's stunning exploration of Canada's awe inspiring landscapes, is enough to make you fall in love with timelapse cinematography all over again.

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A Mother Wrestles With an Agonising Dilemma in Philippe Grenier’s Emotionally Raw Music Video ‘Son’

Music

27th September, 2017

Philippe Grenier's heartrending music video for Beyries tells the tragic tale of a mother torn between loyalty for her husband and that of her children.

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A Migrant Worker Faces His Mortality Far From Home in Andrew Moir’s Affecting Documentary ‘Babe, I Hate To Go’

Documentary

17th August, 2017

A Jamaican migrant worker shields his family from his terminal cancer diagnosis in Andrew Moir's affecting documentary of perseverance and acceptance.

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Fatherly Relationships Are Examined in Hervé Demers’ Tale of Identity & Immigration ‘The Name You Carry’

Live Action

9th August, 2017

Director Hervé Demers joins us to discuss utilising the father/son relationship of his actors to add depth to their fictionalised on screen performances.

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David Lester & Jessica Rose Show Us How Uneven Love Can Be in Dysfunctional Relationship Short ‘Alison’

Live Action

27th July, 2017

DN speaks to Director David Lester about capturing the doubts of long-term love in his intimate story of a romance teetered on the brink.

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