Mass Reality Film Check

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Canary Red

Sep 2019 | Posted by:

Canary Red
2019 | Directed by Carrie Cullen

Eileen is a meditation teacher, author, and psychologist. At age 82 she takes on a new identity: a “canary in a coal mine” for a society rapidly disconnecting from nature. After toxic exposure in a senior living community, Eileen has developed Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, an illness causing a severe allergy to all synthetic chemicals and fragrance. In this experimental documentary shot on the organic farm where she seeks refuge, Eileen shares her story. But is it an illness of one woman, or the aching of a planet?

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Eastie

Sep 2018 | Posted by:

2017 | Directed by Blake Smith

Eastie is a film about Cucchiello’s Bakery being pushed out of East Boston after 70 years in business. We made the film in hopes of bringing to light the effects that gentrification can have on small businesses such as this one.

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Art of the March

Sep 2018 | Posted by:

2018 | Directed by Emily Gordon, Ellie LaCourt, Connor Lewis

After the 2017 Women’s March in Boston, professors from Northeastern University collected over 6,000 protest signs, creating a living archive of the signs. Art of the March highlights the living archive project as well as the role of protest signs and the function of protests in our democracy.

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Project Puffin

Sep 2018 | Posted by:

Project Puffin
2018 | Directed by Vanessa Kahn

Take a trip off the coast of Maine and visit the country’s only colony of Atlantic Puffins. Follow these pint-sized seabirds across the island of Eastern Egg Rock, where researchers and interns work to continue to preserve this species in an effort which is forty-four years in the making.