McGill International Cellphilm Festival

What’s The Message?

If you had one minute to deliver a message to the world through a cellphilm,

What would your message be?

Festival Overview

Keynote Speaker

Watch Sarah Flicker’s keynote speech

Message From CODE

Watch Sarah Kadie Ahmed and Ruby Boston Griffiths share a message on behalf of CODE



Proud and Free
By Mohammed Ali Shafiei and Sahar Shafiei
Loneliness and an Unmade Bed
By Gurher Sidhu
Inclusive Sexual Health
By Stephan


From the Escalator to the Staircase
By Zirui Li and Wei Xu
Our Schools, Our Education
By Tijjani Mohammed Sidi, Nafisah Muhammad Muminat, Amina Suleiman, Muhammad Hayatu Haruna, and Yakubu Suleiman


After the Storm
By Children at Foyer Du Monde
Listen to Everyone and Be Kind
By Le Marchant St. Thomas grade 2 class


I’m Not Hungry
By Cilo Duncan
Untouched Beauty
By  Ilaria Davis
Pots and Pans
By  Levi Moskovitz
Bob’s Job
By   Eleni Nikopoulos

Sierra Leone

Gender Transformation Starts With You
By Brima Grant, Balla Sesay, Ibrahim Koroma, John Kargbo, and Sheku Kunatesh
Menstruation is Not a Curse
By Brima Avayama Grant, Miatta J Gaima, Mariama Kanawa, Ishmael J Momoh, Adama S Bah, Claudia Williams, and Yewah E
Domestic Violence
By Bintu Dumbuya, Mary Sankoh, Marion B. Kamara, Salamatu Sesay, and Marion Taylor
Equality, Not Discrimination
By Grace Lisa Kallon, Gerald M, Fatmata Kamara, Yewah Minah, and Maseray K
Stop Sexual Harassment
By Jenifer, Jabbie, Regiana, Francis, Andrew, and Ibrahim Koroma

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