For his feature directorial debut Black Cop, Canadian director, writer, and actor Cory Bowles (best known for his comedic work on Trailer Park Boys) holds nothing back and lets loose a scathing, terrifying satire about racial profiling that’s appropriately thoughtful and squirm inducing in equal measure.
I woke with a burning in my soul to scream, GO BE. To the women who have come before, those emerging now and those that will continue to create, I applaud you all with exuberance. This is not to say I overlook or disregard the enormous inequality in our daily lives; but it is time to say, GO BE. GO BE a part of the change you want to see on the screen and in society.
This has been… a year. There are almost no words to describe the heartbreak and hope and anger that has taken over our lives, yet when I gathered with a group of local filmmakers last weekend the words didn’t stop.