At night, armed with white sheets and black paint, they plaster the streets with messages of support for the victims of misogyny and slogans decrying femicide.
Every year, over 400 children arrive alone at the Canadian border to claim refugee status. Fearing for their lives, Afshin, Alain and Patricia left their country, without their parents, when they were just children, in the hope of a better life in Canada.
The Super 8 films taken by writer Annie Ernaux between 1972 and 1981 are family archives, but also the testimony of a social class in the decade following 1968.
An urgent look at the climate crisis, Rahul Jain’s eye-opening essay unfolds in a series of stunning, often birds-eye images of a very man-made disaster.
In the summer 2021, an exceptional heatwave and drought led to giant fires that ravaged 19 million hectares of land in northeastern Siberia.
From the northern edges of Vancouver Island to Oregon’s lower Snake Rivers, two passionate filmmakers connect with activists, Indigenous leaders, and renowned scientists to understand the fate of the orcas and find solutions to our most pressing environmental threats.
At the announcement of the signing of peace agreements between the Colombian government and the guerrillas in 2016, director Germán Gutiérrez filmed in one of the last FARC camps.
Produced over five years by Haida filmmaker Heather Hatch, this documentary follows the struggle of members of the West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations against the construction of a mega-dam that will devastate the « rivière de la Paix ».
In the style of a film diary, I lost my Mom immerses us in the personal experience of the filmmaker and his sister as they try to ensure their mother can end her days with dignity in the CHSLD system.