Past Projects

Akua Benjamin Project

Akua Benjamin Legacy Project

Five female directors tackle 5 legendary activists and movements in Toronto in honour of the tremendous contributions of activist, academic and community leader Dr. Akua Benjamin.

Return of the B-boy

This short film shows what happens when legendary B-boy Jeff Duke aka Spade of rap group Citizen Kane agrees to tag a wall in east Toronto for the first time in decades.



This 28-minute documentary film features eight leading experts in HIV, sexual assault and law. Their commentaries hone in on controversial HIV-related legal developments in Canada, where a person living with HIV can be prosecuted for aggravated sexual assault if they do not reveal their HIV-positive status before having sex in certain circumstances.

Raisin' Kane: A Rapumentary

Raisin' Kane: A Rapumentary

Before Drake and before black radio, before Toronto hip hop was mainstream, it was underground. This first documentary about Toronto's hip hop music scene features Citizen Kane, Michee Mee, Nelson George, Choclair and many more. Featuring the music of Citizen Kane.

Positive Women

A 45-minute documentary about four women living with HIV and their intersections with a controversial Canadian law that criminalizes HIV positive people for not disclosing their status to sexual partners.

Changing Seasons

A short film about the Senior Guyanese Friendship Association, an active group of seniors who have been meeting in Toronto's vibrant and diverse Flemingdon Park community for over 40 years. Their stories about immigration and participating in this group will warm your heart!