Meet three amazing artists, Lida Moser, Nancy Edell and Suzy Lake, whose creative self-expressions in multiple-mediums inspire the viewer (audience) with their strong creative feminist voices challenging the social constructs...
Ravens and Eagles
Shares the roots of traditional Haida art, from the inside perspective of a member of the Haida community, writer, producer and director Marianne Jones. At the same time exploring the wider historical and political issues of the repatriation of Haida artifacts, the vital potlatch ceremony once declared illegal by the Canadian government, and the fight to preserve old growth forest on Haida land.Learn More
Inside/Out: A Prison Memoir
The true story of one man's search for community inside and outside of Prison. His introduction to drugs, crime and memories of almost 10 years behind Penitentiary walls.Learn More
A lyrical film that explores the anguish that climate change and a global state of uncertainty can impart upon the human psyche. Ava worries about the future of her two young children. Her mental health is unwinding as she searches for solace and a new perspective.Learn More
Looking for my Sister (As-tu vu ma Sœur?)
Fuses animation, word and sound in a poetic way
to draw attention to the many women
who are subjected to violence.Learn More
Grandmothers explores the worlds of three women who have reached a formidable age. It gently seeks universal wisdom through their specific tales of hardship and humour.Learn More
Rocky and Joan
The Untold Story of Canada's Black Activists during the Civil Rights MovementLearn More
Mixed Up is a manifesto that collides the wildly diverse elements of being queer, mixed and different in a world socialized around the construction of race, gender and orientation.Learn More
British Columbia: An Untold History
An immersive four-part documentary series that retells the history of "British Columbia" from a diverse and inclusive perspective.Learn More
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All Our Father's Relations
The remastered 1978 film, We Remember directed by Raymond Yakeleya documents his travels to communities in the Mackenzie Delta in the Northwest Territories of Canada. We Remember is a significant time capsule that reflects on the history of these people whose lives were forever altered by settlers and Treaty 11 (signed in 1921).
The first edition paperback book, We Remember: The Coming of The White Man, provides an in-depth history of the Dene People in the early twentieth century. Includes the oral histories by ten Elders in Gwich'in Dene and English language.
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After 33 years with Moving Images, our Board and staff wish Sylvia the best of health, happiness, and enjoyment of all the exciting new adventures ahead! By Lulu Keating (Director: Pictures Don't...
In honour of #WorldAIDSDay we have created a mini collection of films featuring artists who created while living with AIDS. i see the fear In 2004, after 27 years living...