CLiFF 2020

Audience Chooses Best Canadian Film Award Winner - 6 Short Films

Expired November 2, 2020 4:00 AM
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Best Canadian Film Award Screening!

This award recognizes the Canadian film which best meets CLiFF's purpose of telling stories of workers, unionized and non-unionized, thorough film by sharing the voice of those who seek justice on the job and dignity in the workplace.

Attendees of this screening will vote for the film they think deserves this year's Best Canadian Film Award. You'll get an email after the screening with instructions on how to cast your ballot.

This short documentary is an intimate portrait following a recently-graduated, young veterinarian as she enjoys a rare, relaxing morning in her blissful country home.

While Dr. VanRooy quietly prepares for her day, we’re intermittently transported to her place of work as she reflects on the mental health crisis currently impacting the field of animal care—revealing the emotional and psychological challenges faced by those dedicating their lives to veterinary medicine.

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  • Runtime
    6 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Director
    Candice Dixon
  • Screenwriter
    Candice Dixon
  • Producer
    Olivia Chafe, Samantha Yabut
  • Cast
    Dr. VanRooy