Directed by

Patricia Seaton

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Short Film

You will never see buildings the same way again.

Each year during spring and fall migration over 1.3 Billion birds die in North America as a result of window collisions. Together, a network of dedicated volunteers head out each morning to pick up the pieces.

Director Biography – Patricia Seaton

Patricia Seaton is a photographer and film-maker based in Toronto, Ontario. Patricia achieved her BA in art history (U of Toronto), her BFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design, and her MFA (Concordia, Montreal). While building her fine art career in the alternative gallery system, Patricia returned to Toronto and entered the Film Industry. Along with her active film career, Patricia persisted with her artistic life. exhibiting, teaching and studying. She will do whatever it takes to bring a concept to fruition, so when she was called to advocate for wildlife conservation, it was natural for her to pick up a camera and add to her portfolio of skills. She has used her photographic and film-making talents to assist many animal and conservation efforts: The Mad Dog Initiative (Madagascar), Hope for Wildlife, Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Trumpeter Swan Restoration, Great Lakes Cormorants, FLAP and many more. Through her photography and film-making, she is determined to speak for the most vulnerable animals and give agency to the causes which drive her. Most recently. Patricia graduated the Documentary Film Institute (Seneca College, Toronto,). She has just completed the award winning film, WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE for FLAP (Fatal Light Awareness Program) Canada. Today, Patricia is a contributing member to Creatives for Conservation and