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До Землі (To the Ground) by Alina Senchenko
A Nice Big Zero For You by Lisa Morse
Devoted by Anika Yuzak
fuck by Emily Schooley
Grandmothers by Millefiore Clarkes
Mum Singh by Karan Singh
RETRODREAMING by Alisa Berger
Sadovnik by Primordial Dismemberment
Shadow Nettes by Phillip Barker
New Films, March 2022
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До Землі (To the Ground) by Alina Senchenko (2021 / 44:57 / Canada). To the Ground is a three-channel video installation which depicts various plants from Saskatchewan that were captured during my year-long mentorship with Sandra Semchuk supported by BC Arts Council. 

A Nice Big Zero For You by Lisa Morse (2021 / 7:43 / Canada). Doughnut destruction that started as a lark but got a bit grim. Also an ode to the JK Optical Printer, and a meditation on human cruelty and expendability.

Devoted by Anika Yuzak (2020 / 7:00 / Canada). A lonely married woman starts to wake-up and unravel, when she enrolls in a new age workshop.

fuck by Emily Schooley (2021 / 3:30/ Canada). A short solo film made in quarantine, "fuck" is part silent meditation, part protest, part magic spell for a better world.

Grandmothers by Millefiore Clarkes (2021 / 13:37 / Canada). Grandmothers is a lyrical, art-based, short documentary that lends deep listening to, and seeks universal wisdom from, three formidable older women from diverse communities living on Prince Edward Island.

Mum Singh by Karan Singh (2021 / 21:00 / Canada)Mum Singh is the story of a family that is confronted with the daunting choice of supporting a parent as part of the household or move them to an old folks home.

RETRODREAMING by Alisa Berger (2022 / 17:38 / Germany, Japan). Retrodreaming examines the common phenomenon of ghostly, abandoned schools due to demographic change in the countryside of Japan.

Sadovnik by Primordial Dismemberment (2021 / 31:51 / Canada). An a.i. programmed to monitor an underground base on a distant and inhospitable moon awakes from a forced shutdown, only to discover that all of the colony's human inhabitants have disappeared.

Shadow Nettes by Phillip Barker (2017 / 17:25 / Canada). The Shadow Nette is a traditional fishing device that projects the silhouette of the fisherman. The “fishr” assumes archetypal (and secret) poses of virility that display their strength and ability.
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