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Featured Films


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Featured Films


Grand Trunk Road is a feature documentary following the expedition of an English couple through India, Nepal, and Bangladesh in an ancient Rolls Royce. Experience a celebration of life captured one day at a time, as the charismatic duo hit the road and encounter amazing colours, smells, and characters.

For more info check out the official website.

The Slave is a short film recounting the troubles of an innocent young girl caught up in the dark side of a city obsessed with oil. Petra, the protagonist, finds herself falling into a poisonous lifestyle—a side effect of the toxic culture surrounding her. Poisonous environments propel self-inflicted problems; an indictment the film levels at the crude ecologies of northwest Canada.

For more info and credits click here.

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Grand Trunk Road


Flying through the mad streets of India, Rupert & Jan Grey travel on "wings of excitement" in a cinematic celebration of life and the enduring wonders of adventure.

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Grand Trunk Road


Flying through the mad streets of India, Rupert & Jan Grey travel on "wings of excitement" in a cinematic celebration of life and the enduring wonders of adventure.

EXTENDED TEASER

The Grand Trunk Road Official website

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The Slave


Set against the backdrop of the dystopic Oil City, a young and innocent girl falls into company with a culture of virulent personalities. She is offered a chance at redemption following a long descent to a very dark place, but can Petra live without her tormentors?

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The Slave


Set against the backdrop of the dystopic Oil City, a young and innocent girl falls into company with a culture of virulent personalities. She is offered a chance at redemption following a long descent to a very dark place, but can Petra live without her tormentors?

OFFICIAL TRAILER

Behind-the-scenes clip

The film is a collaborative effort between the Edmonton Arts Council, iHuman, and Rover Films. The film’s concept was partly designed as a creative platform to introduce homeless and troubled youth to filmmaking.  Rover films, along with a group of iHuman participants, set out to shoot a film using ‘guerilla’ and direct-cinema tactics while balancing a tight budget. By co-operating in this production, everyone learned how to make a profound film using only a polite attitude and a shared sense of good will. Together, we developed the skills to execute a film out of amateur budgets, sometimes working within limited means to express a complex idea and other times trying to create visually sharp material while shooting unnoticed.   

Duration: 20min

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