Judy Graves, Advocate for the Homeless in Vancouver An interview with former City of Vancouver’s advocate for the homeless, Judy Graves. Excerpt from the documentary Walking the Walk courtesy of Francesca Fionda and Neil Khare.
Finding Home Youth media production and media installation project co-created with Corin Browne and with young women from Vancouver’s downtown eastside in Dreamseeds / Purple Thistle program. Produced for Simon Fraser University’s Institute of the Humanities, Cosmopolis/Cosmopolitics Conference May, 2010
An Inquiry into Creativity and Health with Older Adults, co-created with older adults in the Arts Health and Seniors Project and Corin Browne. Produced by Canadian Public Heath Agency.
The Shadows Project – *story and editing consultant – produced by Cease Weiss and Savannah Walling, documentary on the Vancouver Moving Theatre’s Shadow Project, a community theatre performance on addictions. http://vancouvermovingtheatre.com/archives/were-all-in-this-together/
Dear Baby,digital letters created with young mothers, co-produced with Corin Browne, sponsored by Boundary Health Unit and Renfrew Community Centre, Vancouver, B.C. *Screened at Youth Week and MuchMusic
What is TB? (not TV) documentary video was filmed in the communities of Gitanmaax, Kispiox, and K’san Village, a participatory media arts education project. Co-produced B.C. Centre for Disease Control and Pacific Cinematheque. *Canadian Council on Health Services Accreditation citation for Leading Practices in Tuberculosis Control. What is TB not TV http://www.bccdc.ca/dis-cond/a-z/_t/Tuberculosis/TBVideos/WhatisTB/WhatisTB.htm
Antonio’s Story Documentary was created in collaboration with Britannia Secondary School, Vancouver, B.C. Features Antonio Joao, a refugee from Angola. Study guide available through BCTF *Recommended by Canadian Council for Refugees & B.C. Ministry of Education.
Means of Production, Documentary created in collaboration with Environmental Youth Alliance and environmental artist Oliver Kelhammer on community gardens in Vancouver, B.C. Co-produced Vancouver Parks Board Arts and Culture and Pacific CinemathequeMeans of production http://www.oliverk.org/page/means-of-production http://vimeo.com/37065201
Chako, Video documentary explores through traditional and contemporary ‘Coming of Age’ teachings and traditions the connection between culture and health for First Nations youth. Vancouver, B.C. co-produced Chee Mamuk Aboriginal Education BCCD and Pacific Cinematheque
Strengthening the Circle – mentor and producer for youth produced video for First Nations youth on Harm Reduction. co-produced Chee Mamuk Aboriginal Education BCCD and Pacific Cinematheque
Dear Dad,youth media project with Youthco Aids Society. co-produced World Aids Group, Youthco Aids Society, and Pacific Cinematheque.