Pulled Strings is a short film that blends together traditional Chinese food and music, demonstrating the passing down of culture and traditions between generations. Exploring the intricate connection between the strands of the noodles with the strings of the instruments, it creates a poetic montage that emphasizes the beauty of Chinese craft and culture, and the unspoken relationship between a father and his daughter.
A young woman struggles with finding her place in the world, physically and emotionally after a major life change. This quest Leads her to become involved in a a global discussion of the cosmos around us, threatening her job and puzzling her friends.
Sally’s on a mission to find a black dress, only she’s not the best at shopping. Invisible to the millennials running the store, and unable to shake her mother’s voice haunting her every move, she will have to persevere and face her reflection if she’s going to find the perfect little black dress.
A playful comedy about a Filipina-Canadian girl who defies her mother’s warning that she’ll turn into a boy if she plays sports (spoiler alert: she doesn’t). Using humour and magical realism, Good Girls Don’t explores gender inequality through the eyes of a young girl following her dreams.
Hank and his wife, Jules, both in their 40s, set out for a leisurely summer boat ride. As they drift out into the harbour, we quickly realize that things between them are not as peaceful as we’ve been led to believe.
After surviving a fire that results in the amputation of his arms, a young actor named Prince must come to terms with being "differently-abled". Through his powerful and honest performances, he is able to find healing in his art, allowing him to form deep connections with his audience and the world around him.
Mahalia, a timid 9-year-old black girl, feels different from the other girls in her ballet class. Hoping to boost her confidence, her mother brings her to the hair salon to get her hair straightened for the very first time.
When Lulu Keating moved to Dawson City, Yukon, she wondered if she might be the reincarnation of a Klondike Gold Rush dancer, Snake Hips Lulu. Keating’s reflections on her own life, and her devotion to the sexual revolution, reveal-startling similarities.