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Episode 160: Steve J. Adams & Sean Horlor

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Steve J. Adams and Sean Horlor are the dynamite filmmakers behind Someone Like Me, a feature-length documentary that follows the parallel journeys of Drake, a gay asylum seeker from Uganda, and a group of strangers from Vancouver’s queer community who are tasked with supporting his resettlement in Canada. Together, they embark on a yearlong quest for personal freedom, revealing how in a world where one must constantly fight for the right to exist, survival itself becomes a victory. Someone Like Me was produced by the National Film Board of Canada and will screen this May as part of the 2021 DOXA Documentary Film Festival – and in this compelling/fascinating episode of the #YVRScreenScenePodcast, Sean and Steve discuss the joys and challenges faced by Drake and the Vancouverites who came together to support his resettlement, and the lessons learned by all along the way. Episode sponsor: Fish Flight Entertainment