Discover inspiring worker cooperative solutions to today's challenges in the documentary (R)evolution – work is human.
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.
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 ».
Like a cinematic journey through melting icebergs, deafening waterfalls and crystalline rains, Aquarela reveals the transformative beauty and raw power of water.
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.
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.
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?