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A Time to Swim

In the suburbs of Montreal, Mutang Urud is a stay-at-home dad. But in Malaysia, he was a voice of resistance for the indigenous peoples of Sarawak. A Time to Swim follows Mutang as he returns home for the first time since his exile in 1992. The remote forest village, however, is not like he remembers it. Contrary to the will of the elders, cousins who once stood by him at the blockades are now welcoming the timber companies. Despite the threat of a lingering arrest warrant, Mutang can’t resist taking up his old cause. A Time to Swim explores the effects of environmental destruction on the fabric of a community through the personal story of Mutang’s search for belonging in a place where the very ideas of home and heritage are slipping away.

Winner - Best Canadian Feature Award, sponsored by the Directors Guild of Canada, Vancouver Asian Film Festival 2017
Winner - Special Jury Prize for Best Feature Documentary, Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival 2017
Winner – Vijay Mohan Social Change Award, Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival 2017
Special Jury Mention Prix Séquences du meilleur documentaire, Festival Présence autochtone 2017

Written by | Ashley Duong, Richard Spiegel
Directed by | Ashley Duong
Produced by | Katarina Soukup, Ashley Duong
With | Mutang Urud
Also With | Noeli Urud, Agan Urud, Natasha Blanchet-Cohen 
Director of Photography | Vincent Gonneville 
Editor | Hannale Halm
Original Music | Olivier Alary
Sound | Cyril Bourseaux, Tobias Haines, Catherine Van Der Donkt,, Richard Speigel, Jean Paul Vialard

Canada Media Fund, CALQ, National Film Board of Canada, Canadian Film or Video Tax Credit, Quebec Film and Television Tax Credit, Bell Fund

Super Channel, Isuma TV

WORLD PREMIERE – Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival 2017
(Finalist – Grand Jury Prize for Documentary Filmmaking)