FEATURED

LOVE SURVIVES: A VISUAL POEM

Description: Love Survives is a poem exploring the eternal, immortal nature of love written and performed by poet Brandon Wint. It is also a poem that wishes to honour the love and lessons Brandon Wint has received from many Black women in his life. Love Survives is the first single from Brandon Wint's second full-length album "Infinite Mercies" available here: brandonwint.bandcamp.com.

We're thrilled to announce that Love Survives will be screened at the 2018 NorthwestFest Documentary & Media Arts Festival in Edmonton, Alberta in May.

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Screening Details:

Date & Time: Sunday, May 6, 2018

Time: 6 pm

Location: Metro Cinema, Edmonton, AB

More info & tickets available here.

 

DOCUMENTARY

THE SPIRIT OF SOCIAL CHANGE - TRAILER (2015)

Two activists explore their evolving relationship to spirituality and examine it as a force for personal transformation and social change. 

This documentary was produced in 2015 for the Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs as part of the Spirit of Social Change Conversation Series. This film was featured in the National Screen Institute's online film festival.

Please see our related blog post: A Love Ethic for Social Change.

MOSQUE ONE: HOME OF TORONTO'S FIRST MUSLIMS (2014)

Mosque One is the story of Toronto's first mosque established in 1961. In this documentary, we profile some of the pioneers and early supporters.

This film was produced for The Tessellate Institute, and is the culmination of an archival project originally launched in 2009.

 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT WEST: FROM PILOT TO LEGACY (2014)

This documentary highlights the achievements of Educational Attainment West (EAW), an organization committed to the intellectual, cultural, and creative growth of youth in Toronto's underserved neighbourhoods.

 

CLIENTS

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Historicist: Toronto's First Mosques

Labour Studies Professor Featured in Documentary