All Right (2003, 7 minutes). Immigration and national security policies in Canada have become increasingly stringent despite an on-growing claim that Canada desires new citizens. Behind the forces of global capitalism a lack of self-awareness and knowledge about what Canadian citizens are taught to fear and why we fear it continues to suspend us between patriotism and participation, resulting in a sustained evasion of responsibility.
Using diverse found footage sources including immigration officer training videos, emotive gestures from horror films and sound clips from Canadian news broadcasts, All Right poses questions around Immigration Canada's white hegemony, fear of the "unknown" and collective expressions of apathy vis-à-vis policy making. All Right paints a challenging, lyrical portrait of a society detaching from the complex relations of "multiculturalism", immigration and global politics.