Mixing fiction and documentary, and non-professional actors playing themselves,  The Voice of the Fish covers a day in life of an old Italian immigrant: a widower hunted by invisible ghost of his wife.

a film by Ferdinando Dell'Omo

dop Greg Biskup

produced at YORK University MFA program in Film Production (2012)

with the support of The Mariano A. Elia Chair in Italian Canadian Studies at YORK U.

          RISING STAR Award at the 2013 Canada International Film Festival


Anaanaga: My Mother is a feature-length documentary presenting a longitudinal record (spanning more than seven years) of the intimate interactions between a blind Inuit single mother and her sighted daughter, in the backdrop of a social and cultural, racial and disability marginalization. Along with its poetic and existential focus, the film develops a strong critique of Canadian social institutions from the perspective of indigeneity, class, gender, and disability.

a film by Lilia Topouzova, William Nelson, Boris Pantev and Rose Kalluk

directed by Lilia Topouzova and William Nelson

DOP William Nelson

with the support of The Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and The Toronto Arts Council


Still OCEAN Films Inc.


The Voice of a Fish (2012) 24min

Anaanaga: My Mother pre-production
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