Made in BC

A SHORT FILM PROGRAM

SUNDAY, APRIL 10 | 3:30 PM | ROUNDHOUSE COMMUNITY ARTS & RECREATION CENTRE

In English, and Sami with English Subtitles

Celebrate British Columbia’s talent with our homegrown selection of short films. Local musician Luke Wallace shares his story of environmental activism, while members of the Helitsuk First Nation discuss the importance of preserving culture. A young girl looks for a sense of belonging and a place to call home. We learn about past injustices that have forever altered a family.

Themes: community, finding your place, adversity, youth activism, creativity

Advisory: mention of abuse, suicide and residential school

Recommended for 13+

This program screens as part of SUNDAY FUN DAY!

A Story About Luke Wallace

Luke Wallace writes music to inspire Canadians to become more engaged in conversations involving the future of energy in Canada.

Five Second Rule

A girl is walking down the street eating a cookie. She drops the cookie, which gets attacked by germs around it. But antibodies come out from the saliva on the cookie to protect it. While they are fighting, the girl picks up the cookie and eats it. Will she get sick from the germs?

Imogen

​Imogen wants to play with her dad, but he’s too busy talking on the phone. She decides to fly off into her imagination.

Michi

Michi leaves her familiar home for an adventure, expecting to experience something new and wonderful. However, when she meets the community of Mojis, Michi faces challenges that will change her idea of home.

Proud To Be Heiltsuk

An interview with two different generations about the importance of the Heiltsuk culture.

Rebel

In English and Sami with English subtitles

"Mixing archival footage, re-enactments, and animation, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers’ extraordinarily beautiful and poignant documentary Bihttos (Sámi for "Rebel") explores how past injustices impacted the marriage of her mother, who is of Blackfoot descent, and her Sami father." - Steve Gravestock, TIFF Top Ten