VUCAVU launches #EyesOnVU

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Streaming the best in Canadian film and video, VUCAVU is a new online platform featuring over 1000 titles, including over 150 titles from the Video Pool Media Arts Centre’s catalogue, with more being added every week. On Wednesday, February 15 VUCAVU launched its #EyesOnVU campaign which features themed programs guest-curated by a diverse group of Canadian artists and curators.

The #EyesOnVU/#EntreVU themed programs will be launched every second Wednesday until September. The programs are FREE to stream and include interviews with the curator.

VUCAVU is a bilingual video-on-demand service for the general public and a great resource for educators, researchers and curators. With works being added daily it is becoming a much sought-after sight for artists to feature their work and for programmers and educators to find works to screen.

As part of the #EyesonVU program IMAGES-IN-NATION: The True North curated by Patrice James of the Independent Filmmakers Co-operative of Ottawa, you can watch Manila Road by Fernando Dalayoan from the Video Pool Catalogue.

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As part of the #EyesonVU program A Sense of Belonging curated by Caroline Monnet you can watch Adam and Eve Saulteaux by Theo Pelmus and Kris Snowbird and Francophone-hybride by Jacquelyn Hébert from the Video Pool catalogue.

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For more info on VUCAVU please contact:

Jennifer Smith

Video Pool Distribution Coordinator

vpdist@videopool.org

204-949-9134 x.4