Category Archives: Projecting Change 2014

PCFF FILM FEATURE SERIES: INSIDE OUT

This year’s Projecting Change opens with a film that tracks the evolution of the biggest participatory art project in the world, INSIDE OUT. This film has already inspired many Vancouverites to share their portraits in a stance to reveal their untold stories; and will continue to do so as more and more locals are touched by the project. Take a look at INSIDE OUT coming to life in Vancouver:

PCFF Film Feature Series: Watermark

In this film feature series, we’ll be discussing one of the most thought-provoking documentaries of 2013, Watermark. The film has been making waves and garnering praise at award shows and in the media; even lauded as New York Times’ Critics’ Pick. Watermark, a feature documentary directed by Canadian filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal and renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky, is a stunning tale of 20 diverse stories from 10 different countries surrounding one common topic: water. This film walks to all edges of the globe to […]

PCFF FILM FEATURE SERIES: MAIDENTRIP

This year, we have a variety of films with something for everyone. In a feature blog series, we’ll be highlighting the festival’s documentaries to whet your appetite about what to expect at Projecting Change. The first movie we want to talk about is the transcendent documentary, Maidentrip. A real life coming-of-age story, Maidentrip follows 14-year-old Laura Dekker’s life as she becomes the youngest person ever to sail around the world alone. Her two-year journey is captured in film with moments of her highs […]