"A Hundred Joys" is a film about the main intersection of Toronto’s East Chinatown, a community whose stores spread out onto the streets. This documentary pairs cinematic impressions of the East Chinatown neighbourhood alongside interviews with neighbourhood residents and business owners, giving voice to their experiences of community, identity, anxieties, and hopes for the future.
How T.O. ArtEp. 3 (2021)
Best Web/New Media at the 2021 Canadian Diversity Film Festival!
How T.O. Art is a docu-webseries about Toronto-based artists and their art, showing the reality of being an artist in Toronto; especially with the impact of COVID-19.
This Garden is Yours (2020)
Two urban farmers bring their neighbourhood together in an effort to construct a community greenhouse from scratch in this dreamy, mixed-medium portrait exploring sustainability and safe spaces.
An Object of Merit (2020)
What makes an ordinary bowl beautiful? An Object of Merit is a short documentary about a young ceramic artist exploring the Canadian and Korean influences on his functional wares. The film examines themes of cross-cultural identity, beauty in utility, and finding purpose in one's art.
Goli: A Tale of Threads (2017)
Goli: A Tale of Threads is a documentary film that looks at the traditional handloom textile weaving and tinting workshops in Kashan, Iran. The film weaves together sonic and visual threads to create a sensory experience of the workshops, built specifically for this craft.
La Danza de la Gracia (2015)
"La Danza de la Gracia" at Ryerson University Maximum Exposure 2015
A short film about Esmeralda Enrique's philsophy on Flamenco. Shot on 16mm B&W Kodak film.
In this short piece titled STYX, extremely talented break dancer, Lakesan Styx Siva, shares his perspective on break dancing and what it means to be the best.