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Originally funded by STORYHIVE, Telus, and The National Screen Institute of Canada; OMA has screened at film festivals worldwide. It took home Best Feature Documentary at the Stockholm City Film Festival and the Central Alberta Film Festival. In 2022, OMA was previously acquired by Screen Media as a Crackle Exclusive. This warm, feel-good story for the whole family is looking for it's new home.

Full Synopsis

Following the death of her husband, retired nurse Sandy Moser claims that the arts saved her life. And with the COVID-19 pandemic hitting the theatre and live event industries the hardest, she wanted to give back. But how does one woman living on her country acreage repay a whole community? For Sandy, it was making 3000 cloth masks. By herself. For free.

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