Embracing Bobs Killer

Embracing Bob's Killer

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Embracing Bob's Killer is a documentary exploring the relationship between a widow and the man who killed her husband.

Finding Our Way

Finding Our Way

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Three 30-minute films, made in partnership with two First Nations bands in the Carrier territory of north central British Columbia, describe conflict over land and sovereignty and ask if there is a way forward.

Hidden Legacies

Hidden Legacies

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This documentary, directed by Anishinaabe filmmaker Lisa Jackson, profiles young people whose parents and grandparents attended government-initiated, church-run, Indian Residential Schools.

North Boys: The Story of Jimmy and Charlie

North Boys: The Story of Jimmy and Charlie

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In 1944, Charlie Post and Jimmy Dennis were both removed from their families to attend the Le Jac Indian Residential School. Just 10 years old, they never saw their families again. They share their experiences of event that illustrate why both men have spent a lifetime trying to overcome the impact of that traumatic day and the eight years that followed.

Policy Baby: The Journey of Rita/Bev

Policy Baby: The Journey of Rita/Bev

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A riveting and powerful one-hour documentary of an Ojibway woman's struggle to reconnect with her Aboriginal self.

The QuébeCanada Complex

The QuébeCanada Complex

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This bold documentary provides a humorous perspective on the threat of the Québec/Canada split.

Slingshot

Slingshot

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Two lone figures meet in a desolate landscape. One, an Afghan boy, is there to bury his family, killed in a massacre. The other, a soldier, wounded physically and spiritually from too much killing, who struggles with his basest instincts to move toward healing.

Too Close for Comfort

Too Close for Comfort

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Too Close…for Comfort is a short drama, the first film to tackle homophobia as it affects people with HIV infection and AIDS.

Tora

Tora

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In this short drama starring Kate Bateman and Dr. David Suzuki, a young urban woman experiences the pain of loss, the power of hope and the value of forgiveness when she learns her newly inherited property in British Columbia was once a Japanese internment camp.