The CACHE Project Films

To answer the question, ‘where can we see the films?’

You made it!

Here are all the films that have been produced since the project was conceived in 2012. The visual narratives in our collection of short films are intended to teach the viewer about the rich culture and history of our communities on the prairies and rural communities in Western Canada. In these stories you will see and feel the joys, the heartbreaks and the challenges of our stories.

The CACHE Project stories are of significance to Western Canada, indeed Canada, and as such, the stories are about a large cross section of social and cultural communities that call this part of the world home. The CACHE Project stories are significant representations of life here because the events and characters in our stories are of historical and cultural value, or are part of major movements in a particular social direction. Featured is our latest short film The Soviet Threat. Please go to FILMS under the Collections tab to see films from other seasons of The CACHE Project

the soviet threat

Inspired by a demolished bunker in Penhold, AB and an abandoned Radar installation on the Alberta, Saskatchewan border. During the 1950’s and 60’s life was determined by events of the Cold War.