Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

Future Frames

Approx. Duration: 41 minutes

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Post-secondary students from across Canada showcase their work through screenings followed by Q&A sessions.

Let the country's top student filmmakers inspire you to pursue your artistic ambitions! Future Frames is a unique presentation of the latest and greatest works by students at post-secondary film schools across Canada. Each screening will be accompanied by a question-and-answer session with the filmmakers.

From seemingly small yet personal explorations, to questions with universal implications, the subjects of these films -- and the students who created them -- are thrust into experiences outside of their everyday reality.


Content Advisory: isolated violence, disturbing images, sexuality, nudity, smoking, limited coarse language

Films in Future Frames

    • Amma
    • Jiin Park
    • Motherhood is the topic of this poignant animation in which a woman and a panther square off to protect their young.

    • FAT
    • Margaret Donahoe
    • A bold and personal documentary combining interviews and self-portraits, FAT unflinchingly explores issues of self-image and stereotype.

    • The Helmet
    • Jen Bamford
    • On a vibrant red planet, an astronaut takes a bold step when she discovers a mysterious oxygen hose attached to a helmet in the sand.

    • Make Treks
    • Chris Chami
    • Make Treks is a raw profile of a not-for-profit that harnesses the power of social media in bringing awareness to the plight of Toronto's homeless.

    • Basic Space
    • Carrie Mombourquette
    • Two roommates find a novel solution to the tiny confines of their apartment in this unique paper-based animation.

    • Blink
    • Miles Jay
    • On a futuristic social networking site called Blink, which records and broadcasts user relationships, the end of the site's most popular couple pushes an obsessed editor to the breaking point.

    • Pale Blue Dot
    • Adam Winnik
    • Fall into this contemplative animation that considers our place in the vast universe. Narrated by Carl Sagan.