Sport has a long, insidious history of policing female athletes' bodies. Who is a woman and who gets to decide?
THE TERRITORY provides an immersive look at the tireless fight of the Amazon's Indigenous Uru-eu-wau-wau people against the encroaching deforestation.
Narrated in the language of the Mapuche people, the film is a journey through the works of the celebrated Mapuche visual artist Bernardo Oyarzún from the perspective of his nephew.
This crucial doc takes us in close to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, whose frontline workers and residents have taken safe injection and community care into their own hands.
The grueling journey of a Syrian family escaping war and traversing hostile and unforgiving lands is captured with tenderness and palpable struggle.
A gripping documentary following the bellwether case against agrichemical producer Monsanto, whose herbicide is alleged to cause cancer.
This multi-award-winning film politicizes perspective by reversing the gaze as the director navigates inaccessible terrain in public spaces of Oakland in his electric wheelchair.
The Klabona Keepers is an intimate portrait of the dynamic Indigenous community that succeeded in protecting the remote Sacred Headwaters, known as the Klabona.
The story of the local movement and young SNCC organizers who fought not just for voting rights, but for Black Power in Lowndes County, Alabama.
Beyond Extinction is a compelling work of beauty and solidarity that traces Indigenous matriarchs’ fight to revive traditions and save ancient burial grounds in BC’s Slocan Valley.
Indigenous-made and centered, Powerlands shines an urgent light on land and water protectors’ resistance to corporate and state violence and the ongoing resource extraction mayhem.
Documentary on the popular struggle of the Lenca and Garifuna in Honduras, in the aftermath of the assassination of environmental activist and community leader Berta Cáceres.
Two female filmmakers fight alongside Indigenous leaders and scientists to protect a critically endangered species of orca.
DAUGHTER OF A LOST BIRD follows Kendra, an adult Native adoptee, as she reconnects with her birth family, discovers her Lummi heritage, and confronts issues of her own identity.