Thursday, October 18 10:30 am
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Retro children’s TV takes a comical jab when one letter of the alphabet gets a new association.
This heartfelt story showcases youth dancer and filmmaker Ziibi and his reflections on cultural life as a powwow dancer.
Rude customers at a kooky Queensland pub stir an unusual awakening in Kainen, a pirated-DVD dealer, when they take aim at the owner’s daughter, Tanika. As his crush grows for the fiesty bartender, his uncontrollable imagination takes us on a fantasy ride like no other. Beware the unleashed (and hopelessly romantic) beast!
Using cutting-edge virtual spray-painting techniques, this amusing tale of a sheep farmer’s dreams lead to “sheer” subconscious silliness.
Jeremy delivers a message of hope by talking about the things that have changed his outlook on life in this heartwarming, life-affirming profile.
A young man wakes to a profound memory from his past, which ignites a yearning for his childhood sweetheart on the streets of Seattle, wrapped in Parisian ambience.
Within a frigid and fragmented atmosphere, Sakay Ottawa delivers a poetic and sensitive account of his brother`s sudden disappearance.
In her diary, a 19-year-old woman tells her healing journey from addiction and the implications of her choices in this engrossing personal profile.
With his brother Dillon by his side, teenager Ritchie Goymala shrugs off trauma and suffering to create music that celebrates his unique path to happiness in this inspiring film of survival.
This cutting-edge animated film follows 13-year-old Joey Lightning as he follows in the dangerous footsteps of his older brother. As Joey takes on a challenging journey of rediscovering his Aboriginal identity, he learns that although you can`t change the past, you can learn from it to break its sometimes negative cycle.
Co-Presenter: Evergreen, TD Bank, SOY