North Central is a neighbourhood in Regina, Saskatchewan with a complicated story. From the conception of this Saskatchewan city, to the present day, the stigma that this community faces has become an identifying factor. However, the Neighbourhood is a place where many residents feel connected to their people and their culture, yet the struggles the residents and the neighbourhood face are still prevalent.
Saskatchewan Short film
Two small-town friends revisit a traumatic memory they shared on the Saskatchewan River.
An elderly man with dementia escapes the nursing home and winds up back on his former wheat field. There, he meets up with his late wife from the 1970s and must decide which world he wants to reside.
The "Agency" sends two agents to confront a rogue agent and retrieve "the Artifact". A showdown ensues and everything goes wrong.
The Newcomers investigates the challenges of new immigrants in rural Saskatchewan. The documentary explores contemporary immigrant experiences and weaves in historical context from the early waves of immigration into the province. The film chronicles the lives of five immigrants facing isolation in small-town Saskatchewan as some of them struggle to find acceptance in their new homes.
Mine To Have is an intimate journey into the lives of people living within the scope of "other" and their personal quest for love, care, and compassion. This show, created by Crip arts collective The Other Ordinary, is an exploration of what it means for relationships to flourish, fall apart, and survive; disrupting commonly held misconceptions and myths about 'otherness.' She will draw you in like a lover and leave you wanting more.