COVID AND WHO I AM NOW

Directed by Diana Dai

In this powerful and emotional short documentary, Mary, a young Chinese Canadian medical student is attacked during the Covid-19 pandemic. The film explores the aftermath of the incident, it’s deep emotional journey and how she struggles with her self identity amid rising anti-Chinese racism during this unprecedented time.

THIS FILM IS AVAILABLE ON DEMAND. 

About the Filmmaker: A multi-award winning documentary filmmaker, Diana Dai has received the prestigious Gemini Award and the Golden Sheaf Award for the CBC documentary “China’s Earthquake: The People in the Pictures”. She has also received several awards in international film festivals. She is the director for multi-award winning documentary “My Farmland”, a well-acclaimed documentary “My First 150 days”; “China: The Miraculous Transformation” and “SARS: Cover up and Aftermath”; in addition to other documentaries. The documentaries that Diana directed/produced have aired in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Her documentaries are also collected by many renowned universities and libraries around the world.

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LIFE, INTERRUPTED SHORTS

The pandemic has interrupted the world including the protagonists in this shorts program.

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