Canboulay-fantastical experimental dance film that uses elements of Caribbean folk culture to draw parallels between the Canboulay Riots of the 1800s in Trinidad & Tobago and today’s modern use of the artforms, which were at the heart of the 1800 rebellion. As emancipated Trinidadians prepared to defy the ruling class, they called upon their ancestors to guide them. Similar defiant acts/demonstrations continue today as Black communities around the world fight oppression. They too shall rise.
TOMOMI ON THE FARM is an experimental documentary that creates an impressionistic and artistic experience cataloging the journey of a Japanese woman, Tomomi, who finds herself on a Saskatchewan elk farm during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A cinematic interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe’s famous poem.
The story is the fictional account of the last five minutes of the acclaimed painter Vincent Van Gogh who was a failure in his lifetime. Death who has come to take him makes an offer which Van Gogh rejects and accepts the hands of death gracefully.
Chris gets inspired by Louis Malle’s 1969 documentary Calcutta and
aspires to recreate the modern version of the documentary himself. He
moves to Kolkata with his wife Anita, who is also a movie actress, to
work on his documentary. While the shoot progresses, Covid outbreak starts in India and his producer
withholds funds. As the lock-down starts, Chris is stuck inside the apartment in Kolkata with Anita. To overcome the pent up frustrations,
Chris decides to make a film about his own marriage.
Created with oil painting frame by frame, The Winter depicts a story between a peasant and a mysterious deer in a snowy forest. After searching and chasing this beautiful deer, the peasant eventually remains peaceful when he saw the mountain.