Lola’s Wake

Canada2019 10 minEnglish, Tagalog with English SubtitlesWorld PremiereDrama, Family, Fantasy, LQBTQ+ Filmmakers, Open Captions, Women Filmmakers

Rated PG-13

Joelle is determined to uphold a Filipino tradition even if it means spending the night in a funeral home. Loosely based on the director’s own experiences.

Cast

Gianelle Miranda
Carolyn Fe
Chelsea Muirhead

Director Bio

Tricia Hagoriles

Tricia Hagoriles is an award-winning, Toronto-based filmmaker. Hagoriles was a resident of the 2019 Director’s Lab at the Canadian Film Centre and recipient of Inside Out + OUTtv Outspoken Documentary Fund for her upcoming work, The Archivist.

12 Nov, 2020 10:00 am

to 19 Nov, 2020 11:59 pm

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No More Parties

Canada2019 15 minEnglish, Cantonese, Mandarin with English SubtitlesToronto Premiere Drama, Family, Women Filmmakers

Rated PG

Accurately awkward, Rose attends a karaoke party and hears a voice louder than her own in this subtly nuanced take on navigating adulthood and finding independence.

Cast

Kimberley Yip
Kimberly Ho
Nan Chen

Recognitions

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San Diego Asian Film Festival, 2020

Director Bio

Natalie Murao

Natalie Murao is an award-winning filmmaker from Vancouver, Canada. Murao’s films draw from her Japanese-Canadian heritage and childhood experiences, which include themes of memory and the mundane.

12 Nov, 2020 10:00 am

to 19 Nov, 2020 11:59 pm

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China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, South KoreaEnglish and Various Languages Action, Animation, Comedy, Drama, Experimental, Horror, Thriller

Caught in a standstill, these films follow the choices made and risks taken by characters to impel even the smallest of pivots.

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9 Nov, 2019 1:15 pm

Rating

RATED PG

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