Against the Current

Against the Current

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Against the Current follows the struggle of a small native band in British Columbia, the Uchucklesaht on Vancouver Island, in their struggle to restore a once-healthy salmon run.

Arctic Shadows: The Arctic Journeys of Dr. R. M. Anderson

Arctic Shadows: The Arctic Journeys of Dr. R. M. Anderson

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Dr. Rudolph Martin Anderson spent seven winters and ten summers north of the Arctic circle in his
career as an Arctic scientist. This documentary salutes his contributions to conservation, Arctic science and cultural knowledge from three different expeditions.

Canadas Best Kept Secret: The Natural World of R.D. Lawrence

Canada's Best Kept Secret: The Natural World of R.D. Lawrence

Available on DVD

Between 1996 and his death in 2003, naturalist R.D. Lawrence wrote 30 books, published in 32 countries and in 16 languages. Canada’s Best Kept Secret combines interviews and archival footage to tell the story of the prolific Canadian author and ecologist who provided a voice for those without one.

The Hand of Franklin

The Hand of Franklin

Available on DVD

A four-person team attempts to be the first to row self-propelled through the fabled Northwest Passage in order to shed light on the effects of climate change in the Canadian Arctic.

Living River

Living River

Available on DVDContains Closed Captioning

This 2014 digital release, created by Scott Renyard, pays tribute to the 1973 film by acclaimed BC cinematographer Dick Harvey (1930-2007).

An award winning film by Dick Harvey, narrated by renowned naturalist Roderick Haig-Brown, illustrates the interconnectedness of the animals, plants, birds and fish around a British Columbia river. It is their home.

Who Killed Miracle?

Who Killed Miracle?

Available on DVDContains Closed Captioning

In June 1977, a baby orca was spotted swimming erratically in Menzies Bay near Campbell River, British Columbia. It survived several brushes with death to become a star performer at Sealand of the Pacific in Victoria, British Columbia. Five years later, the whale known as Miracle died under mysterious circumstances. This documentary revisits the circumstances surrounding her life and death and reveals a more complex story.