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Atmospheric Pressure by Peter Treherne
Before You Go by Bita Joudaki
Blow Job by Jeffrey Braverman
Honor Black Trans Womxn! by Seyi Adebanjo
I Dream of Vancouver by Warren Chan
sway by Nathan Hauch
THINK BEFORE YOU THINK: A PORTRAIT OF RICK RAXLEN by Alex Mackenzie
New Films, June 2021
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Atmospheric Pressure by Peter Treherne (2020 / Canada / 39:53). As cows are milked on a British dairy farm a cataclysmic storm builds on the horizon. A mysterious meteorologist investigates the bizarre weather event and follows his equipment to the farm. But in the face of such contingency (the driving rain and restive animal life) can his research yield any results?

Before You Go by Bita Joudaki (2020 / Canada / 13:10). A hybrid documentary centred around a mother and daughter and their differing relationships with Iran.

Blow Job by Jeffrey Braverman (2020 / USA / 0.40).  A business lunch takes an unexpected turn of events.

Honor Black Trans Womxn! by Seyi Adebanjo (2019 / USA / 5:50). This is a call to centre Black Trans Womxn, protect and celebrate Black Trans Womxn. What would it look like if Black Trans Womxn were allowed to thrive?

I Dream of Vancouver by Warren Chan (2020 / Canada / 7:06). In a reality continually refracted through the lens of corporate technology, what remains of those who don’t fit into this vision of the world? I Dream of Vancouver is an experimental short that explores this question through the digital landscape of Vancouver, BC.

sway by Nathan Hauch (2020 / Canada / 3:08). A sequel to the pandemic-themed reflection still, sway explores the seductive - and destructive - pull of fear.

THINK BEFORE YOU THINK: A PORTRAIT OF RICK RAXLEN by Alex Mackenzie (2020 / Canada / 31:00). A portrait of film poet, animator and artist Rick Raxlen. Shot on 16mm film and digital video at his Victoria, BC home and studio over the course of a year, the film follows Raxlen’s daily practice, uncovering the rituals and gestures of a creative process.
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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