Saskatchewan artist Ernie Luthi is remembered in this film that salutes his love of nature and the large body of landscape drawings and paintings he created.
Tony Chan revisits his childhood and interviews several members of his family who ran The Panama Cafe, close to Chinatown in Victoria, BC, for over 30 years. The Panama provides a glimpse of life in Victoria during the depression and of the contributions of the Chan family to the community.
Haida director Marianne Jones looks at the debate in academic circles about who created turn of the century masterpieces of Haida art.
This documentary traces the struggle to find a practical route through the mountains from the fur-trading forts of the northern interior of British Columbia to the Pacific Ocean.
Pioneers of X-Ray Technology is a portrait of the filmmaker's grandfather, Dr. Ernest To, a 91-year-old Chinese man who watched Hong Kong enter the twentieth century while he voraciously made images as a photographer, moviemaker, and radiologist
A maker of the most elaborate and sometimes outrageous masks, Reg Davidson is at the top of his class. Portrait of a Mask Maker joins him in his studio to watch him carve and share his views about Haida art.
Posonut: The Maliseet Basket visits the northern reaches of New Brunswick's Tobique River, where the Bear clan of the Maliseet people have harvested ash and made baskets for countless generations.
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