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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.