Rosana Matecki's Saturday Night explores the tango of alienation and inclusion in urban life as the director visits a dance hall through the perspectives of two immigrants.
Terril Calder's Meneath: The Island of Hidden Ethics is a darkly funny film about a baby Métis girl caught between a dance between Jesus's debilitating teachings and the healing wisdom of her
Now streaming for free from the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), David Curtis's Sovereign Soil shares stories of Canadians living off grid and learning sustainable practices as they thrive off the
In 1990, Luben Boykov and Elena Pokova fled communist Bulgaria, saying goodbye to their friends and family, not knowing if they would see them again. “Traitors to Communism!” Russian KGB agents shouted
Is there any sight quite as romantic as a sunset? Dominque Keller provides three portraits of enduring love in Love: The Last Chapter. This sweet slice of life doc observes a trio
The voice of Mary Two-Axe Earley rings clearly in a short doc that bears her name. Mary Two-Axe Earley: I Am Indian Again is director Courtney Montour’s portrait of the late Mohawk
Someone Like Me In 2015, the Vancouver-based filmmaking team of Steve Adams and Sean Horlor were looking for a queer-themed documentary subject. At that point, anti-immigrant and -refugee sentiments were being inflamed,
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers’ Kímmapiiyipitssini:The Meaning of Empathy weaves together a broad portrait of the impact of settler colonialism on Blackfoot people, through firsthand experiences of people with substance use disorder, and the frontline