aftermeth: a family story

aftermeth: a family story

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aftermeth follows the roller coaster ride of one family as it battles with drug addiction and co-dependency.

Building Bridge: A Housing Project for Women

Building Bridge: A Housing Project for Women

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A documentary that profiles the creation of Bridge Housing for Women on Vancouver's downtown eastside.

Crystal Fear, Crystal Clear

Crystal Fear, Crystal Clear

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Crystal meth has become the drug of choice with teenagers in small towns across North America. This documentary sheds light on a rapidly growing problem for communities of all sizes.

Down Here

Down Here

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Director Charles Wilkinson filmed eight residents of Vancouver's Downtown East Side, with dignity, in a quiet and safe environment. One-on-one conversations are combined with images of life on the street to create an intimate portrait of a sub-class living without the safety net that was once considered a fundamental human right.

Inside Boystown

Inside Boystown

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Inside Boystown is an intimate portrait of the lives of six male prostitutes who work the streets in Vancouver's chic Yaletown district.

Kuper Island: Return to the Healing Circle

Kuper Island: Return to the Healing Circle

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This moving documentary celebrates the healing and transformation of the Coast Salish people who were once students at the Kuper Island Indian Residential School.

Letter to Myself

Letter to Myself

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In this documentary, two crystal meth addicts discuss the struggle to get and stay clean.

No Numbers: Identity beyond measure [46 min version]

No Numbers: Identity beyond measure [46 min version]

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Examines the general sense of "dis-ease" in society and the increasing normalcy of hating ourselves. Three women use film to move away from the self-destructive practices of disordered eating toward those that are self-creating.

No Numbers: Identity beyond measure [62 min version]

No Numbers: Identity beyond measure [62 min version]

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Examines the general sense of "dis-ease" in society and the increasing normalcy of hating ourselves. Three women use film to move away from the self-destructive practices of disordered eating toward those that are self-creating.

Not a Game

Not a Game

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This powerful documentary lays out the harsh reality of crystal meth, the fastest growing drug choice amongst kids.

o.com: cybersex addiction

o.com: cybersex addiction

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This documentary explores one of the fastest growing addictions--cybersex addiction.

On the Red Road: A Walk on the Outside

On the Red Road: A Walk on the Outside

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On the Red Road: A Walk on the Outside is a documentary about the transition of Aboriginal inmates from a federal prison to the outside.

Revolving Doors

Revolving Doors

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A frontline glimpse into the amazing approach and dedication of two nurses working in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, Canada's poorest postal code.

Sacred Seven

Sacred Seven

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In this short evocative drama, a young girl living in a difficult foster home situation ground herself in seven sacred teachings, described in the writing The Seven Teachings by David Courchene Jr, elder of the Ashinabe Nation in Manitoba.

Through True Eyes: the process of recovery from eating disorders

Through True Eyes: the process of recovery from eating disorders

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This documentary is based on research by Kate Weaver, R.N., PhD., University of New Brunswick. Three women share experiences of their battle with eating disorders, through onset, hospitalization and recovery.

Within the Walls: A Story of Healing

Within the Walls: A Story of Healing

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Within the Walls is a unique documentary which follows the journey of participants in "The Red Road" program meant to heal Aboriginals inmates.