The festival showcased this year’s award winning cellphilms on the theme, Re-Imaginings.
Also, for the first time ever, this year’s Cellphilm Festival featured a Children’s Under 8 category! Their cellphilms were created on a separate theme: ‘It’s Not Fair’.
Filmmakers were prompted to capture different ways to re-imagine the world; a community challenging discrimination, a safe space, a decolonized world, an equal opportunity for all on the margins, a new way to live together…
There was also a special keynote address from Indigenous Scholar, Dr. Angelina Weenie (First Nation’s University).
A community challenging discrimination,
a safe space,
a decolonized world,
an equal opportunity for all on the margins,
a new way to live together …
Share your ideas and stories, and change the world! Create a cellphilm!
As the world twists and turns, the 10th edition of the McGill International Cellphilm Festival invites you to look through the critical lens of cellphilm (cellphone + video) production. To produce a cellphilm use your cellphone creatively to craft a short film on re-imaginings. How can we confront issues of gender inequality? How can we challenge structural racism? How can cellphilming be an activist tool ?