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The downside of the computer revolution: the impact of technological changes on women's work in the service industries.
Through the life of an exceptional woman, the activist Lea Roback, the lives of working women in Montreal in the first half of the 20th century.
Shot in 1978-79 in Sudbury, the film follows over a year the women of the Wives Supporting the Strike Comittee as they support their husbands on strike against the mining company, Inco.
Josephis and Nashtash, an elderly couple from La Romaine, share their knowledge of Innu culture through the practice of plucking and gutting eiders.
Juxtaposition of seeing and sounding, sky and stone and all that’s in between. A short walk in an alleyway, to hear vision sounding images, blessed with light and darkness.
Gods in the world created by Sophocles (495-406 B.C.) are distant; their actions are often incomprehensible. The laws of humans are absolute, and cannot be transgressed. Yet Antigone decides to break these laws. Her murdered brother must receive the respect, she believes, he is entitled to, regardless of the fact that he is considered a traitor. When Creon finally decides to grant Antigone her wish, it is too late. This 631-verse ancient Greek dramatic poem has been transposed to a contemporary North American city.
A hit man who’s been in the business too long finds someone to take his place and teaches him everything he knows. There is only one thing left for the newcomer to do: carry out his first contract.
"Intense from beginning to end". (Jarrett Mann, SPASM Festival)
Arafat tells an anecdote about Jean Charest.