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May 35 by Tina Takemoto
Rettet das Feuer (Rescue the Fire) by Jasco Viefhues
(tourism studies) by Joshua Gen Solondz
What's Ours and What We Are by Yun Chen
New Films, November 2019
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  • Futuro, un film griego-argentino by Melina Pafundi (9:00 / Germany / 2019). What comes from the high seas to the shores of the Atlantic, Pacific or Mediterranean could be plastic, radioactivity... or remains.
  • Hear Me by Clair Mooney (5:29 / Canada / 2018). A formal collage of various song bites that expresses feelings of anxiety and depression.
  • May 35 by Tina Takemoto (2:42 / USA / 2019). A commemoration of the Tiananmen Square uprisings and an homage to the thousands of lives devastated by this upheaval.
  • Rettet das Feuer (Rescue the Fire) by Jasco Viefhues (82:00 / Germany / 2019). Berlin, 1993. The height of the AIDS epidemic. Photographer and artist Jürgen Baldiga battles HIV. An exploration of West Berlin history and the voices of the collective memory.
  • Take Me to Prom by Hands Up Films Inc, Andrew Moir (20:56 / Canada / 2019). Featuring intimate, charming interviews with queer people ranging in age from 88 to 17, Take Me To Prom invites audiences to revisit an iconic adolescent milestone while telling a story of social change that spans more than 70 years.
  • The Ritual of the Sex Magick Warriors by Maximilian Suillerot (13:51 / Canada / 2019). The Sex Magick Warriors are organizing. They reveal themselves to the city and risk it all to carry out an obscure objective.
  • (tourism studies) by Joshua Gen Solondz (7:27 / USA / 2019). Sometimes it's not until the project is finished that I begin to know what the project is about.
  • Vanilla by Mukarram Ramadan (2:30 / Canada / 2018). Vanilla takes you through the everyday life of a disabled senior citizen living in Ottawa, Canada.
  • War Movie by Matt Landry (12:00 / Canada / 2018). An argument over a film they just watched spirals into real life drama between two best friends. 
  • What's Ours and What We Are by Yun Chen (1:58 / USA / 2016) Images, motifs, and words that originally served a particular political agenda are playfully manipulated to distort and re-contextualize their original status.
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Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
32 Lisgar Street
Toronto ON Canada M6J 0C9
Monday - Thursday / 10:00 - 18:00
(416)  588 - 0725