Ali Kazimi: Master class


Ali Kazimi’s documentaries urge us to see different sides of history. Archival images, gleaned and rescued, have been rich instruments of Kazimi’s storytelling, which focuses on sharing essential perspectives on communities of colour that would otherwise be lost to time. Follow Canadian Spotlight artist Ali Kazimi on a deep dive into his archive-infused films Continuous Journey and Random Acts of Legacy. Topics will include technical looks at film preservation, editing, music composition, and creative considerations of perspective and collaboration.

13 Nov, 2021 6:30 pm



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