Tomas Borsa

Tomas Borsa is a writer, filmmaker, and documentary photographer with an interest in the politics and poetics of digital infrastructures.

Tomas has published in a wide range of outlets including ViceCanadian Journal of Communication, and Critical Planning, and on a wide range of topics, from the re-framing of the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Indigenous community newspapers to the future imaginaries of the Internet on Haida Gwaii. A recipient of the Emerging Scholar Award from the Communication and Media Studies Research Network, Tomas’ acclaimed feature film Line in the Sand (with Jean-Philippe Marquis, 2015) examined the sociocultural impacts of the (then) proposed Northern Gateway pipeline and was screened at festivals worldwide.

Raised on Treaty 6 Territory in south central Saskatchewan, Tomas is presently based in the United Kingdom, where he is a Doctoral candidate in Information, Communication, and the Social Sciences at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.