A contemporary drama about courage, forgiveness and love in which a man confronts self-doubt, distrust and prejudice to speak up for those he loves.
On the top left corner of North America an energy bonanza of unimaginable proportions is taking place – far away from the eyes of the world.
A journey into the forests of Canada's Pacific Coast where modern logging practices are contrasted against the ancient practices of the First Nations community.
Food Co-Op Boycoting products from Israel
Australian activist & sex worker Rachel Wotton fights for sex worker rights and sexual expression for those who are differently abled.
Inuit culture and expertise regarding environmental change and Indigenous ways of adapting to it.
A timely and vital film that challenges our deeply held assumptions of progress.
The story of Canadian Omar Khadr, detained at Guantánamo for almost a decade without charges.
Inspired by Kenneth Anger's Scorpio Rising (1963), Jumana Manna weaves together a portrait of male thug culture in East Jerusalem.
Activists interrogate the Quebec Provincial energy company’s predilection for hydro-dams that wreak havoc on pristine ecosystems.
A doc that reveals why the prospect of Earth being ruled from space is no longer science-fiction
The film heads out to the North Coast of Québec to meet residents of Pessamit, an Innu community formerly named Betsiamites.
A allegorical short film that follows a Palestinian man's journey from West Jerusalem across a 62 year history of Israel's occupation of Palestine.
Is water a commercial good like running shoes or Coca-Cola? Or, is water a human right like air?