Henry Doyle - a Vancouver poet reveals how writing has always been ingrained in him, and talks about his muse, the Downtown Eastside.
Sonny Assu - a glimpse of what home means to one of BC’s most prominent young artists, whose work is an intriguing blend of contemporary and aboriginal traditional art.
Going Strong - a 10-minute documentary following three octogenarians on their passions of skiing and mountaineering, combining stories of the history of Vancouver and present exploits.
01 / biography
Elders Circle - a gathering of elders from diverse ethnic backgrounds share what reconciliation means to them in the context of their experiences of oppression and prosecution.
Bright New Day - introduces a workshop on reconciliation that looks at forging a better future through sharing of stories and imagining positive change through inclusion.
Belonging in the Downtown eastside - Three artists explain how they found acceptance in the DTES and how they give back to the community.
04 / non-governmental organization
photographer / videographer
Van Dusen Visitors Centre - a piece created for the Vancouver Art Gallery exhibition called WE Vancouver, on the ground breaking design by Perkins+Will.
02 / corporate
Dinosaur Expedition - a near epic rafting trip down a remote area of northeastern BC yields some amazing footprints and skeletons of massive creatures that roamed 95 million years ago
05 / travel
The Raven Inside - one minute look at Corrine Hunt creating a ring with a raven motif in Kwakwaka’wakw style.
Canoe Ceremony - from the same series, a reenactment of the arrival to the shores of Tsaxis of invited guests for a celebration to honour Anisalaga.
Commemorative Pole Carving - one of a series of shorts on the preparations for a huge family gathering to honour Anisalaga, a Tlingit noblewoman and matriarch, this one on a totem pole being carved.
From Her Own Hand - documents a trip to LA to examine blankets made by a Tlingit noblewoman (c.1890), by four of her descendants who are reviving the art of Chilkat weaving.