(R)évolution – le travail est humain
Discover inspiring worker cooperative solutions to today's challenges in the documentary (R)evolution – work is human.
2012/Throught the Heart
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.
It's been ten years since Manon was charged in "l'affaire Tarnac", accused of having participated in a terrorist enterprise for sabotaging TGV lines. As the trial approaches, the filmakker joins the group of women who are helping Manon prepare her defense.
In search of a 15-day huis-clos, a filmmaker finds himself captive on a trawler on the high seas, where his distress intertwines with the fate of what he is filming. A sensory experience between expectation and panic, this first short film has become the expiatory film of a traumatized filmmaker.
Alambic : Terre ferme
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.
All that Breathes
As environmental toxicity and civil unrest escalate, from their makeshift hospital in New Delhi, two brothers care for thousands of black kites, a majestic bird of prey essential to the city’s ecosystem.
Like a cinematic journey through melting icebergs, deafening waterfalls and crystalline rains, Aquarela reveals the transformative beauty and raw power of water.
Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age
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.
Big Fight in Little Chinatown
Big Fight in Little Chinatown documents the collective fight to save Chinatowns across North America. Coast to Coast the film follows Chinatown communities resisting active erasure.
Buffy Sainte-Marie: Carry It On
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.
Cobalt rush : the future of going green
Electric cars hold the promise of a clean ecological transition. The global automotive market is concentrating its efforts on competitive production, the key to which is the exploitation of the blue gold, cobalt. This mineral is needed for batteries, and is mainly found in the Congo. But at what price?
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.
Dancing with reality
At 14 years old, Karim breaks the rules and crosses borders to make his dream come true : become a professionnal dancer.
Death is dangerous, it could hurt
Three rhythmic storylines are characterized by rituals of everyday life, coalescing around a common experience: that of shooting up as a mode of drug use.
Through this experimental film, immigrant voices in the United States cross imaginary landscapes and question the visions of their American dreams.
Entre tes mains
Marie has been working with farmers' seeds, the guardians of cultivated biodiversity, for over a decade. She fights to preserve this intangible heritage. Behind her strength of action lies a very sensitive relationship with the world and with plants.
In the middle of the Atacama Desert through the remains of the last saltpeter industry, where the inhabitants witness the decline of industrialization in the driest geographical point in the world.
Feeling the Apocalypse
A psychotherapist struggling with climate anxiety explores what it means to live in a dying world.
For centuries, flying fish have been understood as symbols of freedom and achievement. They are unique animals that swim and fly, reflecting the possibility of hope. Their transit has been understood as an observational journey through nature, but the impact of human beings and technology is increasing, transforming the environment.
Women's voices are raised to give testimony of victims of sexual violence. It is through the reconstitution of a story with these fragments of experience that a societal portrait is painted throughout the documentary.
The film turns the talk show format inside out in response to media's ongoing fascination with trans people. The film breathes life into six previously unknown stories from the archives of the UCLA Gender Clinic in the 1950s.
This documentary offers a fascinating and critical case study of a universal basic income project established in the Kenyan village of Kogutu by GiveDirectly, an NGO convinced that it has found a foolproof algorithm to end global poverty.
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.
Gentle Hum of Spring
As the spring thaw approaches in Saskatchewan, a young beekeeper struggles to maintain his bee colonies after they are afflicted by a mysterious malady.
Geographies of Solitude
Created using a scope of innovative eco-friendly filmmaking techniques, Geographies of Solitude is an immersion into the rich ecosystem of Sable Island and the life of a naturalist and environmentalist who has lived over 40 years on this remote sliver of land in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean.
History Will Judge
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.
I lost my Mom
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.
Into The Ice
In the Greenland ice sheet we can see our future. Into the Ice travels with three pioneering glaciologist on their expeditions into the inland ice of Greenland, and top-notch science meets breathtaking visuals.
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.
Kathy Tran and Agnès Gaudreau work as auto mechanics at Bâtiment 7, a collective-run space that facilitates the integration of minorities. We get to know them through this inspiring place where they’re truly able to be themselves.
Le Mythe de la femme noire
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.
Les années Super 8
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.
Les terrains vagues
Les Terrains Vagues offers a window onto a time-stretched space, from which emanate the voices of five individuals. Revolving around their internal dialogues, the film takes the form of a broad conversation about the models and preconceived ideas that impact the way they experience their sexuality.
Manitushiss ; Virus
Powerful cinematographic slam, with a mastery of words in the language imposed by colonization, this film expresses a criticism of our relationship to Mother Earth.
My Imaginary Country
October 2019, an unexpected revolution, a social explosion. Chile had recovered its memory. The event I had been waiting for since my student struggles in 1973 finally materialized.
Ni Wapiten; I see
Ni Wapiten is a plea to better respect Mother Earth. In this poetic film, we follow a child's journey through the woods to his community's local dump. Playfully, he reuses the waste to build a bear, symbolizing nature.
Notes on Displacement
The news is full of disturbing images of overcrowded boats and vast tent camps. But how much do we really know about what refugees are going through? Notes on Displacement takes a deep dive on a gruelling journey.
Notes sur la mémoire et l'oubli
Capture, document, record, share, restart.
We are making ourselves more memorable than ever by archiving every bit of our daily lives. What if we lost something along the way?
We are making ourselves more memorable than ever by archiving every bit of our daily lives. What if we lost something along the way?
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.
On the Caribou Trail
Meditation on the passage of time, the territory we live in and the ties that bind us.
In the summer 2021, an exceptional heatwave and drought led to giant fires that ravaged 19 million hectares of land in northeastern Siberia.
Paradox, portrays a being of intensity and gentleness. As she undergoes feminizing hormone therapy, Laure learns to cope with the changes in her body, emotions and identity.
Rebellion tell the behind-the-scenes story of Extinction Rebellion from its launch in 2018. With unprecedented access, the filmmakers follow a group of unlikely allies and capture the human drama of social movements first hand.
After the largest mining dam breaks in history, further dam collapses threaten millions in Brazil. A state advisor confronts the government's modus operandi, while dam refugees resist the mining companies' abuses in their threatened communities.
Ressources focus on the living conditions of humans, animals and plants linked together by the industrial chain of animal slaughter and meat processing. By following various actors captured by this chain, the film observes a state of precariousness shared beyond the boundaries of species.
Returning to Reims
Through the autobiographical essay of sociologist and philosopher Didier Eribon, performed by Adèle Haenel, "Retour à Reims" (Fragments) tells an intimate and political story of the French working class from the early 1950s to the present day.
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.
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.
In the heart of the Sudeten Forest in the Czech Republic, the remains of a troubled past are still visible. While walking through these ruins, a young woman wonders about this past and our duty to remember.
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 death of my great-grandmother Sofía is a taboo in the family. The surface of this story is known, but not the background and much less the beginning, only its tragic end. The answers are in the family, in my grandparents and my uncles.
Tax Me If You Can
With rigor, and a dose of humor, Tax Me If You Can explains the mechanisms of tax havens and demonstrates how tax evasion, an essential cog in the neoliberal system, accelerates the growth of economic inequality.
The Marvellous Wild World of the Vegetable Garden
As we plunge into the heart of a vegetable garden free of pesticides and other chemicals, we discover thousands of tiny lives organizing themselves, as in a microsociety.
The silence of the Mole
Tout au long des années 1970, le journaliste Elías Barahona s’infiltre au cœur du gouvernement militaire le plus répressif du Guatemala. In seeking to uncover the story of this secret and unique individual, The Silence of the Mole opens cracks in the walls of silence.
The Velvet Queen
High in the mountains of Tibet, photographer Vincent Munier and writer Sylvain Tesson wait patiently for the snow leopard to pass. Meantime, the two men weave a dialogue that is as facetious as it is philosophical about our place among living beings.
The Way I Welcome You
Detained with her family while seeking asylum in Scotland, Khabat now shares with her sister the imprint of those memories in her daily life and they explore how their memories have been transformed with the passage of time. These recollections are attached to the places she inhabited, revealing her transformation through resonances of her memories in the present.
Un robot à soi
By reusing home appliance commercials and television archives, this retrofuturist feminist essay questions the capitalist discourse between 1940 and 1970 in order to examine the relationship between women and technology.
For the past three years, a young Mexican asylum seeker has been forced to put his academic career and his dream of becoming a police officer on hold due to his immigration status.
Wochiigii lo: End of the Peace
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 ».
Yvon / The Eternal
Yvon, a man living with HIV, is undertaking palliative care. Through classical music, he finds the strenght to move forward.