Burning Rubber

Burning Rubber

Available on DVD

When Ariella Pahlke leaves her house in rural Nova Scotia, she often encounters black marks that twist and turn along the road. Burning Rubber is an investigation into these marks, a provocative re-framing of burnouts and rural car culture.

Gibson Woods

Gibson Woods

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The short musical drama Gibson Woods explores the presence of history and the connection between the African Nova Scotian and Mi’Kmaq communities.

Halifax Harbour: A Geological Journey

Halifax Harbour: A Geological Journey

Available on DVDContains Closed Captioning

Researcher George Jordan brings together a host of scientists, technologists and historians who examine the bedrock geology, glacial history and changing sea levels that have shaped what may be the world's largest ice-free harbour--Halifax Harbour.

SILENT NO MORE: Louise Pentz, A Voice for Social Change

SILENT NO MORE: Louise Pentz, A Voice for Social Change

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Art is an expression of our humanity, and artists give expression to the time and place in which they live. In SILENT NO MORE, Pentz shapes clay into life-size female sculptures, scoring, marking and scarring them to create tactile surfaces that reflect the experiences of women whose lives have been restrained by culture, religion, illiteracy and fear.

Gold Award, 2016 Eureka Springs Human Rights Art & Film Festival (Arkansas)

Spirit Wind

Spirit Wind

Available on DVDContains Closed Captioning

Mi'kmaq people from the Miawpukek First Nation build a 26-foot birch bark canoe and cross the Cabot Strait from Newfoundland to Nova Scotia in a journey that connects them to ancient rites, territories and traditions.

We Carry Each Others Memories

We Carry Each Other's Memories

Available on DVD

In this collaboration between Marilyn Simon Ingram (IRS survivor and advocate), Barb Martin and Outreach Productions, Indian Residential School survivors in Atlantic Canada reflect on their experiences with the Shubenacadie Residential School in central Nova Scotia.