“Sympathy for Lilith” – Nameless Friends

Sympathy for Lilith is a female, villain origin story, told through epic prog-rock and hundreds of real-world headlines about violence against women. Nameless Friends was formed in London, ON, and the video was filmed in Old East Village. Kathleen Watkins, is from London and is the founder of LaLinka Videography. Lydia Wilton and Joel Klassen (Art Director) are also from London.

Screening With the Program: Experimental Program :

“Manitou” – Zoon

A reckoning music video with nostalgia, memories, depression, addiction and hope. The way we tend to remember...
5 min | Trevor Blumas
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One Love

“One Love” is a collaborative and sustainable fashion short celebrating fluidity and universal love for ea...
9 min | Nahlia Loren Couto
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Southeastern Home

A meet-cute music video that will tug at your heart-strings. From director, Danny Dunlop, a London-born filmma...
4 min | Danny Dunlop
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The Beasts

An experimental that explores the fears and harm warfare and the use of nuclear weapons has had on the world a...
7 min | Marina Issayeva
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The Fall

An experimental documentary juxtaposing the natural beauty of Niagara Falls with its colossal tourism industry...
3 min | Xavier Wehrli, Caleb Rogers
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This experimental film depicts the way in which white colonialism "warped" and instrumentalized Jesus Christ "...
2 min | Kevin Andrew Heslop
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Aaron's drowning accident haunts him. He can't enter a bath. An associative meditation on agoraphobia and PTSD...
2 min | Sean Meldrum/Gabe Meacher
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