Short Film: ONE MORE DAY, 13min., Canada, Documentary

This short documentary, entitled “One More Day,” is supported by the Newfoundland Independent Filmmaker’s Co-Operative (NIFCO) under its First Time Film Maker Program. It documents the experiences of a woman Correctional Officer – Lisa Snook – who worked for 25 years in Corrections and retired from Her Majesty’s Penitentiary for men in St. John’s, Newfoundland… Continue reading Short Film: ONE MORE DAY, 13min., Canada, Documentary

Short Film: BUILD RAMPS NOT WALLS, 13min., Mexico, Documentary

Build Ramps Not Walls (BRNW) documents a project that began with a tight knit Mexican and American skate community on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. The two main characters, a young American-Mexican skater, Nat and an older Mexican skater, Emilio, are looking for a positive response to the negative rhetoric between Mexico and the United… Continue reading Short Film: BUILD RAMPS NOT WALLS, 13min., Mexico, Documentary

Short Film: HAART KENYA, 13min., Kenya, Documentary

PWB Photographer Matilde Simas documents HAART Kenya, an organization dedicated to ending modern slavery (human trafficking) against women and children in Kenya and East Africa. Simas spent two weeks photographing their workshops, community, and grief-stricken survival stories. HAART Kenya CEO Radoslaw Malinowski, outlines the organization’s mandate to eradicate human trafficking not only in Kenya but… Continue reading Short Film: HAART KENYA, 13min., Kenya, Documentary

Get to know the short film: RIVER & OAK, 13min, Canada

RIVER & OAK, 13min, Canada Directed by James Malekzadeh As Toronto’s Regent Park Housing project is demolished and rebuilt for the second time in its history, two women reflect on the complicated past of their neighbourhood. Through archival footage, the past is brought to the present and the audience is left to decide whether the… Continue reading Get to know the short film: RIVER & OAK, 13min, Canada