In the summer of 1996, life throws a curveball in the face of Keven Guenette…And it strikes. Guided by his paraplegic baseball coach, Keven discovers the mutation, sex and love.
O Canada: Happy 150th Birthday to You!
A film about a father and son’s relationship and the passion of shared adventure. Set in Arctic Canada, Conor, a young father and a native of Montreal fell in love with the northern way of life and with a woman from there. Now, with a young family, he helps to pass on the native traditions and ancestral culture to his son, as he learns them himself.
A political satire inspired by the true-life events of the Dakota Access Pipeline construction. Bravely challenging its viewer from the perspective of both First Nations and Caucasian cultures, the film presents a unique point of view in its statement, and a voice of accountability to the Indigenous people of North America.
The film shares the story of Canada’s controversial oil sands through the lens of female characters. Leanne Romanko, a young oil and gas chemist, begins to see the negative effects of tar sands extraction in her daily life as her mother is stricken ill.
Carl’s family are completely unaware of their son’s relationship with Denis. However, during a family Christmas dinner, a psychological cat and mouse duel takes place between Denis and Ruby, the six-year-old spoiled rotten niece of Carl
A beautiful film that documents a group of artists from across Canada as they embark on a 14-day kayak journey to the UNESCO World Heritage Site and ancient Haida village of SGang Gwaay
Isolated in a secluded country house, Simon challenges his mother’s authority and confronts the norms. His behavior rubs off on his younger brother Colin, a sensitive boy longing for a father figure. To keep Simon from running away, Colin orchestrates a perilous plan.