Vasantham, 2022. 5 min. Choreographed, performed and produced by Ashvini Sundaram. Directed and Edited by Allison Hrabluik. Commissioned by CanAsian Dance Festival 25.
Franny and the Fish. Running shoes containing severed human feet continue to wash ashore in the Pacific Northwest. Despite this gruesome news, Franny the fisherwoman heads out to catch her supper. This animated short is currently in production.
Stampede, 2019. 13 min. This experimental documentary is set at The Calgary Stampede - an agricultural fair and midway self-described as “The Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth".
Please Meet The Geese Who Have Lived Here Forever, 2019. The fictional film tells the story of wild geese in Burrard Inlet who are chased from their refuge towards a dubious future. Directed by Carole Itter. Filmed, edited and co-produced by Allison Hrabluik
The Splits, 2015, 15 minutes. Twenty people gather in a hall to perform an absurd ritual of movement and sound. Scissors clip, a rope whirs, and the sound of a mouth harp interrupts an operatic scream. Directed by Allison Hrabluik.
This is The Way They Make Us Bend, 2013. A three-legged figure with no head meticulously follows an absurd set of drawn instructions. Choreography by Claire French.
A Mouth Trying to Drink From Me, 2013. Two black shapes continuously reform as they trace an unseen figure beneath them.
Father & Daughter, 2013.
Abut & Abet, 2011/2012. A half-moon shape stutters and jitters in time to an accompanying soundtrack. Sound by Andrea Young
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