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How to be at Home
4-minutes
Isolation can be daunting and overwhelming, especially when it extends over long periods of time or when it’s imposed upon us. While we all process loneliness differently, this is currently a collective experience shared across the world. With the hope that their moving work might help you cope with isolation, we want to present a unique and inspiring perspective from two Canadian artists who not only accept but embrace solitude.
Screening day / time
  • Nov 11 (Fri): Opening Night - 7:30pm
  • Nov 12 (Sat): Block 1 – 9:00am

How to be at Home

Filmmakers
Running Time
Short Film
4 minutes
Genres
Narrative, Short

How to be at Home

Isolation can be daunting and overwhelming, especially when it extends over long periods of time or when it’s imposed upon us. While we all process loneliness differently, this is currently a collective experience shared across the world. With the hope that their moving work might help you cope with isolation, we want to present a unique and inspiring perspective from two Canadian artists who not only accept but embrace solitude.

Film details
Year(s) screened
  • 2022
Subtitles
None
More information
Festival screenings
Screening Day / Time
  • Nov 11 (Fri): Opening Night - 7:30pm
  • Nov 12 (Sat): Block 1 – 9:00am
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