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Discover two programs from the first and largest arts and mental health festival in the world: QUARANTINE BLUES: WORKMAN ARTS MEMBER FILMS and HINDSIGHT: A National Film Board of Canada Retrospective.
Streaming for free October 12-27, 2020
To highlight the 5th anniversary of the merger between Spirafilm and Vidéo Femmes that resulted in Spira, the Quebec City coop devoted to independent cinema offers a program of five films that reflect the diversity and richness of their catalogue.
Moving Pictures is a program of nine short video artworks that paint a complex portrait of Saskatchewan, its land and its people and their languages and their experiences.
AVAILABLE FOR FREE STREAMING: SEPTEMBER 26 to OCTOBER 26, 2020
In honour of Orange Shirt Day
Keynote Presentation by Jay Jones
Moderator: Kat Pasquach
Selection of 5 films by: Julie Rae Tucker
Free streaming period on VUCAVU: 9:00 a.m. September 30 to 9:00 a.m. October 2, 2020
BETWEEN/US: MEDITATIONS ON DISTORTION, DESIRE AND DISTANCE
Curated by: Stephanie Poruchnyk-Butler
Curatorial response by: Dunja Kovačević
Since launching our platform in 2017, we have collaborated with curators and programmers from across the country to present film and video programs available for free streaming for a limited time. Each program includes a critical curatorial essay that explores the overarching themes and selections. After the free viewing period has expired, we encourage the public to read the essays and rent the works individually.