The Asembo Bay Computer Resource Centre is a community initiative established by the Asembo Bay Women for Development Group, with support and training from Tumaini Children's Project. The Centre is the only place with internet access in the rural village of Asembo Bay, Kenya. It provides internet, word processing, and photocopying access to residents. The Centre also offers computer lessons to community members.
Directed, filmed and edited by Josephine Anderson.
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Winner of "Best Director" award at Nokia N8:Direct and Project. Shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone, "Normal Design" explores what happens when mundane activities take on an unusual rhythm.
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Made during DOXA 2010 (doxafestival.ca) this is the story of love from the perspective of an 8-year-old boy. Meet Angus Seabrook, an infectiously spunky and thoughtful kid whose quirky wisdom will surprise you.
Produced through DOXA Connexions Youth Forum 2010 by the Documentary Media Society, with support from DOXA Documentary Film Festival and the National Film Board of Canada.
Director/Cinematographer/Editor: Josephine Anderson
RAIN is a short impressionistic documentary about the way rain affects a city and its people. Filmed in Vancouver, BC, a rainforest city. Directed by Josephine Anderson.
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The Janitor was nominated for Labour Video of the Year 2010 (LabourStart) and screened at DC Labor FilmFest and McMaster University.
This short documentary follows the daily struggles of two janitors at a North American university. The film takes a critical look at the communication, or lack of communication, that happens between janitors and those that use the facilities they clean. Shot at Capilano University, in North Vancouver, BC, Canada.