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 a acquired by Screen Media and Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment for a six-month exclusive SVOD window on Crackle. A warm, feel-good story for the whole family.
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.