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Beyond Curls & Kinks by Osas Eweka-Smith (2020 / 31:08 / Canada). Beyond Curls & Kinks follows a group of women who are challenging beauty standards and empowering each other and the next generation to embrace their coily kinky curly hair.
Exercises for Being Close to You and Salt River Water Walk by Krista Davis. Krista Davis is a visual artist and filmmaker based in Yukon, Canada. Her recent work engages with the messiness of human and non-human coexistence in an age of ecological crisis.
Freak Folks by Patrick Lo (2021 / 29:29 / Canada). Struggling with anxious thoughts, six individuals wander alone through the city in the late hours of the night. "Freak Folks" is an introspective and therapeutic experience that celebrates the human resilience and emotional connections between apparent strangers.
HOW YOU SEE ME by Maryanna Chan (2020 / 4:50 / Canada). Drawn from lived experiences and memories, HOW YOU SEE ME tells the story of a Chinese girl navigating her thoughts on white beauty standards.
Revolve and Woven Account by Indira Allegra. Indira Allegra’s work re-imagines memorial as a genre vital for life for its ability to hold the tension which grief creates inside ourselves, within crafted objects, spaces and rituals. Allegra is deeply informed by Quiet, the inner life of people, places and things, and the ritual, relational and performative aspects of weaving.
The Heat (Series #1) by Robert David Simpson. My team and I travelled around Victoria Canada to talk to and examine the state of the forests of this Island.
What You Are Out Here For by Jason Zumpano and Water Over Glass by Jason Zumpano, Kellen Jackson, Zoe Kirk-Gushowaty, Amanda Thomson, and Jimi Pantalon. Jason Zumpano is a composer/pianist living in Vancouver, BC, Canada. He has collaborated with various renowned artists and directors, and has played in such bands as Zumpano, Destroyer, and Loscil.