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As the last companion of Molinari, Jo Légaré was a privileged witness of his final years. Listening to him speak of his life and his work, she came to realise she would one day make a film about him. On screen, Molinari brings to life his childhood, his...
Directed by Jo Légaré
Paris Stories explores the force of fiction for a woman who left Canada and her "good job for a girl" to live in a city where writers weren't viewed with suspicion and asked for three months rent in advance. Considered by both critics and...
Directed by Lynn Booth
On January 1, 1994, the Zapatista National Liberation Army, made up of impoverished Mayan Indians from the state of Chiapas, took over five towns and 500 ranches in southern Mexico. The Government deployed its troops, and at least 145 people died in the...
Directed by Nettie Wild
An insider’s look at the greenest homes in Canada, from strawbale to rammed earth, with eco-energy solar and wind power, even a geothermal retrofit. David Suzuki visits the ultimate sustainable house of Randy Bachman (of BTO rock and roll fame), then...
Directed by Paula Salvador
Shot on location in high definition in the Pacific rain forests, the hour long POV documentary is a modern psychological and ecological exploration of the giant ape-man legend of North America from the perspective of those who choose to study it and...
Directed by Evan Beloff
The Dogwalker (2007)
The Dogwalker is a remarkable cinéma-vérité portrait, a moving account of one man’s battle to reconstruct a shattered identity — and a winning meditation on Zen and the Art of Dogwalking. “I’m the alpha,” he says, untangling the leashes. Meet The...
Directed by Rosie Dransfeld
Exposure explores how toxins and radiation in the environment are affecting our health. It examines women's health, focusing on breast cancer and the possibilities for reducing cancer through the phasing out of toxins in the air we breathe, the food...
Directed by Francine Zuckerman
Threads of Wrath puts the cotton growing activity in Burkina Faso into historical perspective, and seeks to communicate the farmers’ appreciation of the causes, consequences and solutions to the current declines in the terms of trade for cotton. It also...
25 to Leh (2012)
The Himalayan Mountains are one of the most remote and seldom visited regions of the world. It is a land of great spiritual strength for the few who call it home and the even fewer that travel there to find that strength within themselves. That inner...
Directed by
Daniel Todorov
A feature documentary in HD about a young Chinese-American author's journey into the darkest reaches of humanity as she researched and wrote her best selling book ‘The Rape of Nanking’. Iris Chang's harrowing experience and dogged determination...
Directed by
Bill Spahick
A story about the power of one! A Canadian trucker and his blind dog set out on an adventure in an 18-wheeler on a relief mission to the Katrina-ravaged Mississippi Gulf Coast, to do what the government says ‘can’t be done’. Immediately after Hurricane...
Since man's earliest history, tales of giants have become part of legend and myth in nearly every culture. Perhaps the most famous of all mythological giants in world literature is the biblical Goliath, slain by a shepherd boy who was to be king. As...
Directed by Mike Warmels
MUSIC IS THE MEDICINE is a one-hour documentary that follows the journey of blues-rock virtuoso Derek Miller, one of Indigenous Canada’s most recognizable artists, as he sets out to release his next album, with high hopes of achieving mainstream success...
The End of Suburbia explores the American way of life and its prospects as the planet approaches a critical era, as global demand for fossil fuels begins to outstrip supply. World Oil Peak and the inevitable decline of fossil fuels are upon us now, some...
Directed by Gregory Greene
Jambo Kenya! (2005)
Eleven kids sign up for a trip to Kenya. With no clear idea of what’s ahead. Some don’t know that they’ll be teaching kids in a local village. And some don't know that they’ll end up building a school house “from scratch." And for sure, no...
Directed by Lalita Krishna
The Great War (2007)
The Great War Project is a docu-drama and reality TV series produced by Galafilm and the CBC.
Directed by Brian McKenna
This is a story about Violet-Rose Pharoah, a former child in care. After she overcame the challenges of aging out, she started a blog “The File Folder” that allows other young people who were in care to share their experiences. Her goal is to collect...
Directed by Irina Sedunova [nid:7317]
Morbidly Obese chronicles the lives, struggles and metamorphoses of the three patients before, during and after surgery-as they shed the pounds and work to regain their lives.
Directed by Alec Mathewson
Diamond Road (2008)
Every year, worldwide, 24 tons of diamonds are teased from the heart of the earth. Once mined they begin their year-long journey through the "pipeline," a vast, secretive network encompassing five continents and a diverse cast of characters. By...
Virtuoso (2008)
While composing a soundtrack of ethereal sounds for the silent film Nosferatu or astonishing passersby on the streets, two theremin players talk about the first instrument made to be played without human touch and the precise movements required to master...
Directed by Terry Stone
40 Years of One Night Stands is the extraordinary account of two British adventurers who, in 1939, moved to the prairie town of Winnipeg to teach ballet. In this unlikely setting of wild winters and sweltering summers, they start an amateur dance club...
Directed by Jeff McKay
This hour-long film takes the viewer on an extraordinary journey through each of the turning points of our life cycle. In a series of unique short films, fading in and out, our ten characters are captured through vignettes on their birthdays....
Directed by Karen MacKenna
Remembering Arthur is a feature-length documentary about an influential yet little-known Canadian filmmaker. Although the Montreal-born artist's work won many awards and received an Oscar nomination, his life ended tragically in suicide. This...
Directed by Martin Lavut
The penis. Why is this wonderful wiggly appendage such a source of tension, confusion and anxiety? Can a search for penis perfection provide the answer? Is there such a thing as a perfect penis? PENIS DEMENTIA: The Search for the Perfect Penis is an...
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