Our mandate is to support media artists and filmmakers by linking their works with audiences to promote critical thought, spark meaningful discussions and enhance appreciation for the media arts.

Moving Images Distribution is a not-for-profit organization registered in the province of British Columbia, Canada.

Home Use Discount Codes

Moving Images is an educational distributor, our pricing is based on providing videos in digital streaming and DVD formats to educational and cultural institutions. The pricing level of $50 USD grants permission for a one-time educational screening.

For watching films at home (Home Use), special discount codes based on the video's runtime are available by contacting [email protected]

One-time Educational Screening

We are excited to offer a unique opportunity for educational and community engagement with our one-time on-demand screening option. This screening is available for $50 USD, and offers the flexibility of screening in educational settings, such as classrooms, community group meetings, book or movie clubs, etc. These screenings must be non-profit and non-commercial, meaning no admission can be charged, no admission by donations, and/or no acceptance of advertising or commercial sponsorships in connection with the screenings.

Film for Thought

Experience films that challenge the mind and spark conversation with our selection of thought-provoking and intellectually stimulating films. Our collection includes documentaries, dramas, animation and comedies that offer unique perspectives on important issues and inspire reflection. Explore social, political, and cultural topics and delve into complex ideas and themes. Join us for an enlightening and engaging film experience that will make you think more deeply about the world around you.

Acknowledgements

Moving Images Distribtuion is located on the traditional and unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ílwətaʔɬ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil‑Waututh) Nations. We appreciate and honour the Indigenous stewardship that has allowed us to respectfully work together to remove barriers.

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View On Demand Library

  • OWNING THE SLAVE

    1 video

    (2006, 32 minutes)

    OWNING the SLAVE introduces Andrew Stringfellow, a Comox Valley local who moved to Canada, leaving behind the United States and the rich African-American culture of the rural south where he was raised. Thirty years later, the only black man in a white town, Andrew offers a fra...

  • Flat Rocks

    1 video

    Flat Rocks
    (2017, 10 minutes)

    "Flat Rocks" weaves together breathtaking present-day footage of Kahnawake with archival photos dating back over 80 years revealing the community's way of life threatened by the St. Lawrence Seaway. A poetic narration in the Kanien’kéha (Mohawk) language voices the ...

  • Little Sister's vs. Big Brother

    2 videos

    (2002, 47 minutes or 71 minutes)

    This documentary, filmed over a 10-year period, centers on the debate over censorship as it follows Vancouver's Little Sister's Bookstore and its 20-year struggle with Canada Customs over the seizure of books. In the face of bigotry, bombings and repeated book se...

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