All Our Father's Relations Film

Two villages an ocean apart.
One family's journey of a lifetime.

TV Premiere on CBC Television

You are invited to tune in to watch the broadcast version of All Our Father's Relations on CBC Television! All Our Father's Relations will premiere on CBC's Absolutely Canadian series across BC and Alberta on Saturday, September 30th, 7PM local time. You can watch on TV or online! 

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"Absolutely Canadian is a national weekly one-hour series showcasing documentaries and performance programs that tell unique stories from communities across Canada. All programs are produced locally, often by independent filmmakers, and have aired as part of a regional 'Absolutely' series." 

Fall Screenings

Summer Screenings: July and August

The reception of All Our Father's Relations has been overwhelmingly positive. We really enjoy the array of questions that arise from each Q&A and other opportunities to meet some of you - thank you for your support! Here are the screenings we have coming up for July and August 2017. 

Vancouver, BC, Canada | The Drum is Calling Festival, City of Vancouver's Canada 150+ Event, Saturday, July 29th, 3:00pm

- Manhattan, NY, United States | 40th annual Asian American International Film Festival, Saturday, July 29th, 9:45pm

Vancouver, BC, Canada | Vancouver International Film Centre Special Screening, Thursday, August 10th, 7:00pm

- Ottawa, ON, Canada | Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival, August 13th, 7:45pm


Screenings: March to June*, 2017

*Last updated on June 2, 2017.

We are excited to screen All Our Father's Relations at many upcoming film festivals, community gatherings, and conferences across North America, and as far as China! Click on the links below for further information and to reserve tickets. This list will be updated as new screenings are arranged. 

- Vancouver, BC, Canada | UBC Screening, Frederic Wood Theatre, March 27th, 5pm

Calgary, AB, Canada | Eco Village of Hope Society Fundraiser, April 12th, 5:30pm

Beijing, China | Beijing International Film Festival, April 16-23rd, Time TBA 

- Steveston, BC, Canada | National Canadian Film Day, Gulf of Georgia Cannery, April 19th, 7pm

Eugene, Oregon, US | DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon, Bijou Art Cinemas, Saturday, April 22nd, 5:30pm

- Nanaimo, BC, Canada | BC Studies Conference, Vancouver Island University Theatre, May 5th, 7pm

- Yorkton, SK, Canada | Yorkton Film Festival, May 25-28th, Time TBA

Vancouver, BC, Canada | Vancouver Indigenous Media Arts Festival, 

- Sacramento, CA, United States | Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival, Guild Theatre, May 27th, 6:25pm

Edmonton, AB, Canada | Metro Cinema Society: Asian Canadian Film Series, Garneau Theatre | May 28th, 4:30pm

- All Nations Festival, Coquitlam, BC, Canada | All Nations Festival, SilverCity, June 18th, 8pm

-Vancouver, BC, Canada | Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Conference, First Nations Longhouse, June 23rd, 10:15am

AOFR Awarded "Best Canadian Feature" at VAFF

We had an amazing experience at the 20th annual Vancouver Asian Film Festival! It's an honour to have won the award for Best Canadian Feature at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival sponsored by the Directors Guild of Canada and adjudicated by Allan Harmon, Jennifer Liao, and Adelina Suvagau. Thank you so much to the Grant family and everyone on our production team who made this moment possible. 

World Premiere and Panel at Vancouver Asian Film Festival: November 6th, 2016

We are very excited to announce that All Our Father's Relations will premiere at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival as the Canadian Curated Feature on Sunday, November 6th at 4:30PM! Panel discussion to follow.

Come and join us! #VAFF20 #AllOurFathersRelations

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AOFR Featured in Exhibit on Asian Diasporic Histories at UBC

Select photographs from All Our Fathers Relations were featured in a special exhibit presented by the University of British Columbia's Asian Canadian and Asian Migration Studies Program

Asian students have been enrolled at UBC since it first held classes in 1915. As the university commemorates its centennial, ACAM has created an exhibit showcasing projects that celebrate Asian diasporic histories. During the month of May, It’s About Time: A Retrospective of Asian Presence at UBC, on display at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre offered visitors an opportunity to explore alternative histories involving Asian communities in and around campus.

In the display showcasing All Our Father’s Relations, viewers were invited to learn about the Grant family at Musqueam through a selection of childhood photographs of the Grant siblings and their parents. By watching the film trailer using headphones provided alongside the display case, they could also hear the voices of the Grants, now elders of their community, recalling their family history. Their recollections introduce viewers to their Musqueam mother and Chinese father, prompting us all to reflect on ongoing issues of colonialism and settlement as we engage with this exhibit on the unceded, ancestral, and traditional lands of the Musqueam people.