A few favourites from the Youth Media Project at the Comox Valley Art Gallery
By Léa Sapphire What causes us to push aside our creative nature in allowance for society to sculpt a picture perfect version? Winner of "Best Music Video" in Powell River 5 Minute Youth Film Festival :
by Ethan Stevenson - a story about humdrum office work
A short film by emerging indigenous film maker Emma Joye Frank. This film features no dialogue as Emma shares an experience using strong imagery, sounds, and symbolism to weave a visceral story.
by Milo Bowman and Bernardo De La Torre. Comox Valley Art Gallery's Youth Media Project 2015 proudly presents the artwork and dedication of Milo and Bernardo. This film explores the benefits of using the BC Public Transit system in the Comox Valley.
a film by Frank Goudie - Jaiden has just aquired her "Aurum" which can help save the world...but does she want it?
A film by Charlene McIver exploring the benefits of shopping local while avoiding the apocalypse...win-win!
What happens when two young, anxious people meet? A short film by Darryl Oke with support of the Comox Valley Art Gallery's Youth Media Project
A video by Michaela Planomaniac, Tales of Kona was created to promote the book, Tales of Kona, by telling a fun short story of how to interact with guide dogs.
by Towustain Stocker - A continuously growing horizontal underground stem which puts out lateral shoots adventitious roots at intervals.