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Unveiled: The Mother Daughter Relationship is an entertaining, Genie Award winning documentary that follows three sets of mothers and daughters in the throes of planning and executing a wedding. Rich in vérité style cinematography and complemented by...
Directed by Maureen Judge
On his 18th birthday, Ryan Knighton was told he would slowly go blind. It's taken fifteen years, and as Ryan prepares to let go of his last sliver of sight, he sets out to Germany to hear one note give away to another in the notorious 639 year long...
Directed by Scott Smith
CATCHING MY BREATH profiles the life and races of Ken Thomas, and his determination to participate in the World Masters Games as a disabled athlete. Ken races in a wheelchair – backwards! There’s a Rocky-style, underdog sports story imbedded in the...
Directed by Lorna Thomas
Global Television's documentary: "D-Day, Canada's 24 Hours of Destiny". Made for TV and DVD. Certified Platinum in Canada, Over 10,000 in DVD sales.
Directed by Lance Goddard
Luscious landscapes, powerful animals and photogenic women--all dynamic elements of this one-hour documentary that follows five exceptional Canadian cowgirls over the course of one year. It introduces the trick rider, barrel racer, rodeo queen and...
Directed by
Lisa Miller
Theresa Wynnyk
MARGARET & EVERGON: SYNOPSIS In 1999, the celebrated Montreal photographer Evergon took a remarkable series of nude portraits of his own mother, then 80 years old: black and white images that embodied not the infirmities of old age, but a timeless...
Directed by Donald Winkler
Sweatin' It (2002)
The story of two Mississauga teens whose lives turn upside down when they volunteer to 'sweat it' with Olympic Champion Daniel Igali. Wrestler Daniel Igali is fueled by a new dream after winning a gold medal in the Sydney Olympics. He wants...
Directed by Lalita Krishna
$4 Haircut (2008)
Vincent Hartley doesn't believe in paying more than $4 for a haircut, but what is reasonable to expect for $4? One thing is for sure; it's always an interesting experience. Cut to an inspired tuba score, this tongue-in-cheek short describes the...
Directed by Wade Vroom
On February 15th, 2003 the largest protest in human history occurred. Millions of people from all seven continents marched in the streets of more than 800 cities to show that they did not support the invasion of Iraq. New peace groups were formed and old...
Directed by David Maidman
From the makers of last year's hit climate change documentary, The Antarctica Challenge: A Global Warning, comes this new feature film reporting on the latest climate change discoveries being made at both ends of the earth - The Arctic and...
Garbage! is a feature documentary about how the Canadian household has become one of the most ferocious environmental predators of our time. The film follows a Toronto-based family who agrees not only to collect their garbage for a period of three months...
Directed by Andrew Nisker
Jackpot (2009)
JACKPOT takes the viewer inside the sometimes strange, sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking, and always compelling world of hardcore Bingo players. With their army of lucky charms at their side, their 20 cards laid out in front of them, and their...
Directed by Alan Black
Citizen Sam (2006)
Sam is running for mayor. Sam Sullivan was a local curiosity, the quadriplegic city councillor in a pinstripe suit, with a pipe dream of leading his shattered right-wing party back to power. Citizen Sam goes deep inside Sullivan's mayoral...
Directed by Joe Moulins
My Different Life: An Intimate Portrait of a Family Living with Learning Disabilities. An education is a basic right most people take for granted. But when a child has learning disabilities, sometimes the system doesn't always work the way it...
Directed by Karen O'Donnell
Is it possible to live completely waste free? In this multi-award winning, festival favourite, partners Jen and Grant go head to head in a competition to see who can swear off consumerism and produce the least garbage Their light-hearted competition is...
Directed by Grant Baldwin
A dynamic documentary celebrating the voices of a diversity of young Canadian women by exploring what it means to be a female in Canada. The film touches on a wide range of issues including body image, inequality and what young women can do to truly...
Directed by
Simonee Chichester - Director
Jon Weiman - Co Director
Torey Kohara - Co Director
MUGSHOT (2013)
MUGSHOT is a feature documentary investigating the cultural significance of the mugshot.
Directed by Dennis Mohr
A group of ex-street kids advocate for social justice by writing and performing in a theatre production.
Directed by Greg Masuda
The M-Word (2007)
CANADA'S MULTICULTURALISM: A Work In Progress. Canada is the first country in the world to have an official multiculturalism policy, which is now over three decades old. Most people think that multiculturalism is a well entrenched principle in...
Directed by Lalita Krishna
This documentary reveals how a small town music teacher makes the ground-breaking discovery about Beethoven's final and most complex piano sonata, Opus 111.
Today’s elders lived through the difficult beginnings of community life, witnessed the coming of modern communications and air travel and participated in the creation of Nunavut. Now they are seeing the young people of Nunavut take their place in the...
Directed by David Poisey, Jolene Arreak, Linda Tucktoo, Martin Kreelak
A chorus of eccentric and endearing characters takes us through the rise and fall of an island in the Philippines and its sugarcane industry. Stunning images paint a portrait of a charming place struggling with its past and trying to move into the future.
A trip to Paraguay to document the story of the traveling puppet theatre that his father started in the 1970s, leads the filmmaker on a nostalgic journey in which he reacquaints himself with the puppets of his childhood. Creatively using archival footage...
Directed by Nicolas Gulino
When Silence is Golden follows the film`s director in her quest to lift the silence on the gold mining activities of a Canadian mining company near a small town in Western Ghana. Through her journey, we meet the inhabitants of this town who, despite...
Directed by Alexandra Sicotte-Lévesque