Projet Montréal (October 2017, 2 mins)
A video love letter to Montréal’s renowned Parc Jarry basketball courts in support of Projet Montréal’s electoral campaign, which was ultimately victorious.
Bringing Punk Rock to Ancient Egypt in ‘Assassin’s Creed: Origins’
Kotaku (Shooter, October 2017, 4 mins)
The lead writer for ‘Assassin’s Creed: Origins’, one of the most highly-anticipated video games in recent memory, is an improv comedian and theatre director. Alain Mercieca describes how his unique Montreal work marriage came to be.
Lactatia: The 8-year-old Drag Queen
60 Second Docs (Shooter, September 2017, 1 min)
“We need more people to be free, that’s the kind of message I’m trying to send.” Eight-year-old star enjoying the full support of their “awesome” parents shares some of their philosophy on life.
Monólogo con Félix Molina (September 2016, 7 mins)
ES: Morazán, Cáceres y la verdadera independencia. Félix Molina, periodista destacado en Resistencia The Film, cierre el mes de la patria en Honduras con contexto y analisis. — EN: From Morazán to Berta Cáceres, award-winning journalist Félix Molina closes Honduras’ ‘Independence Month’ with a monologue on what true independence might look like for the Central American republic.
The Leap Manifesto Goes Aerial at the World Social Forum
The Leap Manifesto (August 2016, 3 mins)
Video piece on this unique ‘aerial action’ featuring Naomi Klein and Bianca Mugyenyi. Made with my colleagues at Makila Coopérative Multimédia.
LEAP: The New Danger
The Leap Manifesto (June 2016, 3 mins)
A short mash-up and animation piece satirizing the reaction of certain Canadian politicians and pundits to the Leap Manifesto.
The Resurrection of a Honduran Journalist
The Real News (May 2016, 7 mins)
Days after suffering a double attempt on his life, award-winning journalist Félix Molina gets back to work covering the case of assassinated indigenous leader Berta Cáceres.
La resurrección de un periodista hondureño
The Real News (Mayo 2016, 7 mins)
Días después de sufrir un doble atentado, el destacado periodista Félix Molina vuelve a trabajar el caso de la asesinada lideresa indígena Berta Cáceres.
Honduran Elections: Another Chapter of the Coup
The Real News (December 2013, 9 mins)
In the absence of a trustworthy process, those who took power by force in 2009 will be staying in power.
Honduran Police Burn Community to the Ground
The Real News (July 2011, 8 mins)
Homes, churches, schools and crops all destroyed as the coup government continues to side with wealthy plantation owners over the country’s organized farmers.
La policia de Honduras arrasa con un pueblo
The Real News (Julio 2011, 9 mins)
La comunidad campesina de Rigores, en el valle Aguán, se ha convertido en el ejemplo más reciente de un desalojo llevado a cabo por las autoridades hondureñas. Destruyeron las escuelas, la iglesia, los cultivos y dejaron a más de cien families sin hogar.
SlutWalk Lands in Tegucigalpa
The Real News (June 2011, 6 mins)
The Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa becomes the latest in roughly 80 cities around the world to hold a SlutWalk, a growing global movement against the blaming of victims for sexual violence committed against them.
Pennsylvania to Become ‘Gasland’?
The Real News (Nov. 2010, 11 mins)
Co-Produced with Malak Behrouznami
Pennsylvanians set to take on government, industry and Karl Rove over one of world’s largest natural gas deposits.
Canadian Court Bans G20 Defendant from Speaking
The Real News (Oct. 2010, 10 mins)
Community organizer Alex Hundert ‘coerced into unprecedented gag clause’, making him the only person in Canada who is legally barred from speaking to the media. This interview with Hundert was filmed before the ban went into effect.
Report from Land Occupations in Post-Coup Honduras
The Real News (Mar. 2011, 9 mins)
Honduran farmers take palm oil plantations from agribusiness that supported the 2009 military coup.
G-20 Fallout Continues in Toronto
The Real News (Sept. 2010, 9 mins)
A photographer, a migrant rights organizer, a nurse and a media activist, all arrested at the G-20, explain their lack of faith in the official inquiry process.
Honduran Coup Regime Targets Musicians
The Real News (Sep 2010, 10 mins)
Café Guancasco, favorite band of the coup resistance movement, has midday concert attacked by police and military.
Arizona: State of Fear
The Real News (Aug. 2010, 7 mins)
Arizona politicians stoking white community’s fear of immigrants to get votes in November elections.
The Whole “Officer Bubbles” Story
The Real News (July 2010, 12 mins)
Toronto’s Parkdale neighborhood condemns G-20 related mass arrest inside the community. Lawyer and neighbor Riali Johanesson, herself detained while trying to speak to an arrested client, takes us through the day.
Media Took US Government Cash During Trial of the Cuban 5
The Real News (June 2010, 10 mins)
Ten years later, evidence has emerged that the conviction of the ‘Cuban 5’ by a Miami court was influenced by journalists on the State Department payroll.
“But My Mom Doesn’t Have Papers”
The Real News (May 2010, 12 mins)
Second-grader joins national movement that’s declaring ‘immigrant rights are civil rights’.
Peter Peterson and the Campaign to Cut Benefits in the U.S.
The Real News (May 2010, 8 mins)
Co-Produced with Mishuk Munier
Billionaire invites Clinton, Greenspan and Obama’s ‘Debt Czars’ to conference launching his latest campaign to cut health and social security benefits.
Vale Executive Accuses Striking Canadian Miners of Racism
The Real News (April 2010, 11 mins)
Co-Produced with Bertrand Riviere
Strike gets ugly as nickel miners in Sudbury respond to ‘race-baiting’ allegations in dispute with Brazilian multinational.
Honduran Campesinos Under the Gun
The Real News (April 2010, 9 mins)
Government installed in 2009 coup has mobilized thousands of soldiers for negotiations with a peasant plantation occupation.
Honduran Elections Exposed
The Real News (Dec. 2009, 10 mins)
Coup regime’s claims of more than 60% participation in free and fair election revealed as fraud, but embraced by the West.
Prueba de Fraude Electoral en Honduras
The Real News (Dic 2009, 10 mins)
El Tribunal Supremo Electoral reporta cifras que van en contra de su propio conteo.
Honduras: An Election Validated by Blood and Repression
The Real News (Nov. 2009, 13 mins)
Honduran coup government continues repressive tactics on election day. Report from San Pedro Sula.
Honduras: Elección Validada por Represión y Sangre
The Real News (Nov 2009, 14 mins)
El régimen de facto sigue reprimiendo al movimiento en contra del golpe de estado, aún en medio de su ‘celebracíon democrática’. Reportaje desde San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
What it Takes to be Number One
The Real News (Aug. 2009, 9 mins)
What compels the world’s second largest mining company, Brazil’s Vale, to use such hard-handed tactics to cut miners’ benefits in Canada?
Gold, Impunity and Violence in El Salvador
The Real News (Aug. 2009, 11 mins)
Assassination of anti-mining resistance leader Marcelo Rivera part of terror campaign against activists opposing Canadian gold mining company.
G-20 or G-192: Fear of the South
The Real News (July 2009, 11 mins)
Governments of the Global North using the G-20 to shut the UN General Assembly out of the response to the global economic crisis, as governments of the Global South question the pillars of the world economy.
Past is Present in Latin America
The Real News (April 2009, 13 mins)
US President Obama arrives at his first Summit of the Americas declaring his intention to ‘look forward’, while many in Latin America forced to live the past every day.
Historic Power Shift in El Salvador
The Real News (March 2009, 11 mins)
Popular journalist leads former guerrilla army to left’s first presidential victory in country’s history.
Why You Should Know Gen. Jack Keane
The Real News (March 2009, 11 mins)
Gen. Keane’s role in blocking US troop withdrawal from Iraq is a perfect example of the ‘military-industrial complex’ in action.
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