Bridgeport, January 17, 2008. A teenage girl is found hanged in her room. While everything points to suicide, the autopsy report reveals something else. Ten years later, the director and cousin of the teenager examine the past causes and future consequences of this unsolved crime. Like an imagined biography, the film explores the relationship between the security of the living space and the violence that can jeopardize it.
Based on True Stories / Events
After festival rejections, a director revises his intensely personal short film about trauma, suicide, and the Holocaust, and transforms it into a painful, blunt and funny dissection of the film and his life.
Ten years in the making.
Having lived in Edinburgh for over a decade, Gray, a guide from Dalian, acts like a host introducing Scotland to new Chinese students, although he still lives a wandering life here, sometimes alone in a rented flat, but more often on the road. He seems to be living in the air, present in his moving car, in the words of his carefully constructed social media, and in his dreams.
Yongzhonglamu decided to fulfill her 96-year-old mother's wish to pass on their love to the children with her own hands and in her own way.
With her hard work and the inherited skills, she saved enough money to change phones and complete the repair of the water mill, sending love to the children in this way.
This documentary film is about Maki Yi' and her incredible, challenging journey in moving to Regina, Saskatchewan from South Korea and ultimately receiving the University of Regina Theatre Department's Distinguished Alumni Award.
Bingo is synonymous with Indigenous culture. It’s a time where families connect and mingle, with the hopes of winning the big prize. But this is not your typical bingo game. On the borders of the Akwesasne Mohawk Reservation where Ontario and Quebec meet New York state, bingo is played in the comfort of your own home. It’s just like bingo, except it’s not. It’s RADIO BINGO! Its a story about hope; the power of community members; and the pursuit to relearn the Mohawk language while having fun.