Discover inspiring worker cooperative solutions to today's challenges in the documentary (R)evolution – work is human.
Using footage from both amateur and professional sources, 2012/Throught the Heart immerses us into the intensity of the demonstrations and riots of the 2012 student strike.
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.
Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age is the shocking story of four women leaders whose lives are overturned by cyberviolence. They share a common cause: refusing to be silenced.
Rojek meets incarcerated members of the Islamic State detained in prison camps, from all over the world and sharing a common ideal: to establish a caliphate.
Immerse yourself in the unprecedented social upheaval that took place in Rouyn-Noranda in 2022, following public health revelations of unusually high levels of arsenic in the air.
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.
Terre ferme is a poetic and sonorous travelogue, a diary that reveals the thoughts of an immigrant woman, back in her country of origin. This film refers to the personal experience of discovering different territories and the feeling of being both elsewhere and at home.
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.
Meditation on the passage of time, the territory we live in and the ties that bind us.