Anna is a prostitute who has been abused, exploited and manipulated for as long as she can remember. Disconnected from her emotions, Anna must take control of her own life, empower herself and learn to live her life on her own terms.
Returning to her childhood home, Anna faces off against her enablers, her abusers, and her own demons.
Words to Remember
“A poetic piece of work from a talented director."- Mohit Rajhans, Film Critic CityNews
If people lived life with the end in mind, they would find the nouns that matter most are not places or things, but, human beings. It is only through the hearts and minds we touch, through the peaks and valleys of joy and pain, that any evidence of our existence will remain. “Words to Remember” examines the heart wrenching pearls of wisdom that would be passed down to us if our future selves could share their reflections and regrets with us in the present moment. For the present moment, is the only moment that can truly make the difference in our lives.
“A heartbreaking beautiful composition. This film triggers an unforgettable quality which few up and coming filmmakers have the gift to inspire."- Mark Spicoluk-YTV Next Star Judge, Founder of Underground Operation and former Music Music disBand judge and Universal Music Canada Senior A&R
Words to Remember - Official Trailer
A plea for the return of lost love in a dying relationship. Artist: scribblepen (Nadia Syed and Vikas Kohli) Producer: Vikas Kohli Vocals: Nadia Syed Video: Pasquale Marco Veltri
With scribblepen, singer/songwriter Nadia Syed and songwriter/producer Vikas Kohli bring together experiences as diverse as their own musical styles to fuse together a definitively modern, eclectic sound. Nadia's penetrating vocals resonate with a depth of raw emotion that complements the band's Jazz-inspired chord structures and avant-garde riffs. Born out a chance encounter between Nadia and Vikas, scribblepen is about finding solace and humour in the arbitrary, coincidental and emotional journeys that shape their lives.
scribblepen - C'mon (Music Video)
Where's My Sister?
A young First Nations girl struggles to come to terms with the disappearance of her sister. Unable to accept the loss of a loved one, she continues to search her hometown of Regina, Saskatchewan for any sign of her sister.
Where's My Sister - Trailer
Measuring Tape Girl
‘Measuring Tape Girl’ is an examination of self-image and indecisiveness. A young woman approaching her thirties turns to online video blogging as a means of expressing her doubts and fears. She creates an alter ego named ‘Measuring Tape Girl’, which she uses as a self-defense mechanism to measure herself against others. In a series of online video blogs, she measures herself for all the world to see. Before anyone can judge her and get a chance to reject or accept her, she has already rejected herself several times. She believes that the key to overcoming her issues with her own self image and indecisiveness is to create an alter ego who can become the embodiment of all her self-hatred and doubts.
‘Measuring Tape Girl’ wishes to create a new mental image of herself by looking within and transferring all of her hopes, dreams and mental anguish from her internal world to an online form where they can take on a life of their own. Measuring Tape Girl has had screenings at the Cannes Film Festival and the Montreal World Film Festival.
Measuring Tape Girl Trailer
Day in the Life
A dancer moves through her day as she dances in the kitchen, on the bus to work, in her office, at a restaurant and a park. She remains true to herself in every situation and finds a way to make dance a part of every moment of her day. No matter where she finds herself she is still a dancer and an artist.