A Side of Rice is feature length documentary about 50 year screen and stage veteran, Nick Rice, as he prepares his one man autobiographical stage show. The show explores his childhood, the moment he got the acting bug, growing up in Winnipeg, his relationship with his mother, the loss of his first child, the birth of his second and the challenges of a career on stage.
After discovering dozens of her father’s paintings from when he was a reconnaissance photographer during World War Two, Jane Fleetwood-Morrow investigates the story of the 39th Reconnaissance Wing, dubbed “The Eyes of the Army”; all told by bringing the decades-old paintings to life through animation.
Berook is an animated short documentary with a 20 minute duration. It depicts a man in his
fifties (Berook) whose life as a homeless person in Stockholm's inner city is largely
characterized by a search for identity.
This search is rooted in not knowing who his biological mother is. A black hole in Berook’s
life that is a contributing factor to his life going downhill.
OMAR SOSA'S 88 WELL-TUNED DRUMS is a feature-length documentary film on the life and music of Cuba-born pianist and composer, Omar Sosa (b. 1965). Multiple Grammy-nominee Omar Sosa is one of the most versatile jazz artists on the scene today. He fuses a wide range of jazz, world music, and electronic elements with his native Afro-Cuban roots to create a fresh and original sound—with a Latin jazz heart.
A man tortured by the demons of his mind finds peace through acceptance and self love.
Aqueducts transport water. Images transmit the memory. Images of aqueducts are useless.