Sometime in the future, the women of Afghanistan rule.
A project by Brishkay Ahmed.
A pair of Mi’kmaw helpers travel the land, removing toxic remnants of the past.
A project by Bretten Hannam.
150 years in the future, a Canadian refugee reflects on her escape and the new path she finds herself forced onto.
A project by Andrew Chiu.
Invited to Tiohtià: ke, as a member of her country’s tribal council, Sam, an 18-year-old Cameroonian girl, traces the steps of her great-grandmother who lived in this northern land over a hundred years ago.
A project by Mylène Augustin & Feven Ghebremariam.
150 years from now, two warrior siblings document their community, who survived climate change, and become the focus of an event that will change them forever.
A project by Taina Da Silva & Becca Redden.
A colour forecasting agency documents its human employees on their last day at the office.
A project by Jeremy Sandor.
Solitudes, or how the artistic endeavours of some create a nightmare for others who are in the minority.
A project by Marwen Tlili.
Enhior'hén:ne explores Mohawks children's predictions about the state of mother earth 200 years into the future.
A project by Roxann Whitebean.
JK is a 26 year-old astronaut selected to go on a mission to Mars in the year 2035. As she gets ready for her momentous day, she reflects on her past and the people who helped her get to where is she is now.
A project by Mariam Zaidi.
Blending documentary techniques with surrealist and silent filmmaking, LOST ALIEN captures the Afrofuturist cosplay of ZiggZaggerZ the Bastard as a photosensitive black alien stranded on a sunlit planet.
A project by tobias c. van Veen & ZiggZaggerZ the BASTARD a.k.a. Shannon Theus.
A teenager unwillingly deletes her best friend in this bittersweet coming of age story set in a world where augmented reality has gamified existence.
A project by Andréanne Germain.
post_cunt, gender-hacks matter; a dance of monsters, of post genital focus, of playful prosthetic fluidity, of empowerment and consent.
A project by Lari Jalbert.
After white people have left Earth for Mars, Indigenous people talk about their work reclaiming the lands and restoring the health of the planet and their communities.
A project by Thirza Jean Cuthand.
In the beginning, there was nothing -- you can get nothing easily.
A project by Roberto Santaguida.
In a world with nothing left to mine, communication has become the main resource for humanity to exist. The challenge? To stay connected.
A project by Andrés Salas.