JUST DON’T DO IT. An unapologetic confrontation of cultural appropriation and everything that’s wrong with hipsters in headdresses.
Andy, a young Métis woman, encounters sweet grass for the first time.
A reflection on the appearance and disappearance of blurred images of Indigenous people along the stream of the Mapocho River in Chile.
Dr. Louis Charles Roudanez, a Black man, won unprecedented rights for formerly enslaved Black Americans, a hundred years before the civil rights movement in the 1960’s. His story is uncovered by his grandson, who struggles to understand a childhood where white supremacy was a family value.
Powerful documentation of the sit-in conducted by Black Lives Matter Toronto during the 2016 Toronto Pride Parade. BLMTO demand that Pride address anti-Black racism in the festival.
Last Ride Through Regent tackles the current gentrification happening to the community of Regent Park and the effects it has on Black bodies and spaces.