[dropcap style=”font-size: 52px; color:#EFD77D;”]I[/dropcap]n Cree, ITWÉ translates “to speak,” which is the motivating premise behind this collective that are
Caroline Monnet, Sébastien Aubin and Kevin Lee Burton. This series of films showcases the individual and collective works of the members of the ITWE Collective, bringing you a program that takes us into the heart of their collaborative voice.
Sean Grounds | Ontario
3:56, SD, 2011
A dystopic vision of the future of children’s television.
Ruby Boutilier | Nova Scotia
8:31, Super 8, 2012
Barbie has forgiven Ken for buying her a toaster for Christmas and has let him back into the house after his Grand Romantic Gesture. Unfortunately, she had been in bed with his best friend at the time.
Darryl Nepinak | Manitoba
0:45, SD, 2012
It’s the Lone Ranger Show!
Clark Ferguson | Saskatchewan
14:22, HD, 2012
The film follows a small town rural police force as they try to uncover a series of nonsensical suicides caused by single older men drowning within shallow sloughs.
Matthew Rankin | Québec
9:50, 35mm, 2011, French with English Subtitles
In the aftermath of the 1950 Winnipeg flood, Fernand floats listlessly through the ruins of Saint-Boniface while Marie-Oiseau prays for a miracle.
Julia Oldham | USA
9:50, HD, 2011
A tragic love story about a woman and her antimatter conjugate. The two negotiate their relationship and draw closer and closer while knowing that, according to the laws of particle physics, matter and antimatter will annihilate upon contact.
Murray Toews | Manitoba
4:22, SD, 2012
A solitary journey of an anonymous individual stranded at a party deep in the woods. He must walk through a dark cold night and find his way home through “levels” of the human landscape.