Discover inspiring worker cooperative solutions to today's challenges in the documentary (R)evolution – work is human.
After crossing 11 countries irregularly to seek asylum in Canada, Peggy, Simon and their three children are waiting for the hearing that will determine whether they get refugee status or not.
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.
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 ».
This film traces the life of cultural and musical icon Buffy Sainte-Marie, an artist and activist for First Nations rights with a trailblazing journey.
At her family’s cabin on Wakaw Lake, Saskatchewan, renowned Fransaskois singer-songwriter Alexis Normand invites audiences into a series of candid exchanges about belonging and bilingualism on the Prairies.
A psychotherapist struggling with climate anxiety explores what it means to live in a dying world.
As the spring thaw approaches in Saskatchewan, a young beekeeper struggles to maintain his bee colonies after they are afflicted by a mysterious malady.
Le Mythe de la Femme Noire is a feature-length documentary that investigates the image of black women in society. Experts say the Black community is the minority most affected by images created centuries ago.
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.