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Family is the underlying thread in this collection of short films. From reflections of Bill Reid’s granddaughter to the closing of a family restaurant in Campbell River, as well as issues of gender identity, caregiving and immigration in the time of COVID-19, these five stories explore plural meanings of home, family and legacy.

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At the age of six, director Kent Donguines’s mother left him and his family to become a nanny. Years later, his film Kalinga (Care) shares the stories of several Filipina caregivers and nannies in Vancouver, bearing witness to their sacrifices as they struggle to reunite with their children and families.

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  • Runtime
    29 minutes
  • Country
  • Premiere
  • Director
    Kent Donguines
  • Producer
    Robin Macabulos, Kent Donguines, Maxime Beauchamp
  • Cinematographer
    John Fleming and Grant Baldwin
  • Editor
    Alfred Asuncion
  • Sound Design
    Alex Shamku and Justin Aucoin