Rob Viscardis Shares the Making of Kirby’s House

Film will premieres at ReFrame Film Festival on Jan. 27

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Rob Viscardis sits down with POV to discuss his upcoming film Kirby’s House. The film is a short documentary about a man named Kirby who has an intellectual disability and lives happily on his own in Pembroke. With the support of Kirby’s neighbours, Viscardis discusses the importance of communities, how Kirby’s story came along, the way he worked with his family, and the inspiring message that comes across in his film. Kirby’s House will premiere at the ReFrame Film Festival in Peterborough, which runs Jan. 25 to Feb. 4.

Watch the interview below to have a more in-depth understanding of Kirby’s House before the screening!


Alejandra De La Huerta is currently completing her studies at York University as a Media Arts student. She is with POV Magazine as a field placement student to learn more about documentaries, directors and the film industry. Alejandra has a strong passion for sharing stories on environmental issues and social justice and plans to make her own documentaries in the future. She enjoys photography and using 360 video to capture narratives through a new lens.

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