This documentary follows the story of brothers Terence and Jordin Tootoo, respectively the first Inuit hockey players to play professionally and to make to the NHL.
Tetzan Biny: The Disappearance of Fish Lake visits one of the last great water systems of the Chilcotin plateau, now threatened by gold and copper mining operations that will destroy the fish population of a vast region.
Introducing Cree vocabulary to young children, featuring words related to theatre.
xiTsonga with English subtitles
In this inspiring story of South African women sowing the seeds of change, three generations of older women in a village create a community garden to build a better future. They call it "hleketani" which means "thinking" because the women working there think about how to effect change.
In this episode of Storytellers in motion filmmaker and artist Thirza Cuthand is profiled.
Doris Shadbolt's practice as an educator, curator and writer in the visual arts spans the mid-20th century development of a vital art scene on the West Coast and in Canada. those days...a portrait of Doris Shadbolt focuses on the pivotal activities at the Vancouver Art Gallery during the 1960s and early 70s through interviews with Doris, now in her 80s.
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.
Documentary on artist Tim Paul. From 1984 to 1992, Tim was Senior Carver at the Royal British Columbia Museum. He left that position to oversee a native education program on Vancouver Island. Tim’s work portrays legends of his Nuu Chah Nulth culture.
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