International Dawn Chorus Day

Showing In

Markers Shorts Program
Streaming on Hot Docs at Home Thu, Apr 29, 2021 10:00 AM
A selection of short films from our Markers program that push the boundaries of the documentary form.
Film Info
Country Listing:Canada
Premiere Status:North American Premiere
Festival Info
Festival Year:2021
Language:No Dialogue
Accessibility:Full Subtitles
Closed Captions
Program Category:Shorts
Cast/Crew Info
Director(s):John Greyson
Producer(s):John Greyson
Shant Joshi
Writer(s):John Greyson
Editor(s):Kalil Haddad
Cinematography:40 Contributors
Sound:Everett Major


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On International Dawn Chorus Day, birds from around the world zoom in to gossip about dating, the weather and, of course, cats. They also discuss serious matters, including the recent deaths of two Egyptian activists: the filmmaker Shady Habash and the queer activist Sarah Hegazi. Aisha Jamal

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