From the street shiners of New York City, to the masked ‘lustras’ of La Paz, Shiners travels the world to show you what it means to be a shoe shiner.


Let There Be Light

Nuclear fusion is known as the holy grail of energy but years of setbacks have not stopped people from trying to build an artificial star on Earth.


Like A Pebble In The Boot

Meet Senegalese street vendors in Florence who migrated to Europe hoping for a better future for their families.


32 Pills: My Sister’s Suicide

She’s beautiful, artistic, loved and can’t stand to be alive. 32 PILLS traces my efforts to piece together the life, mental illness, and suicide of my sister Ruth.


The Dark Charisma of Hitler

Adolf Hitler seemed an unlikely leader, so how did he manage to turn from a nobody in 1913 into the chancellor and fuehrer of the German people?


You’re Soaking In It

Advertising as we once knew it is dead. Say hello to invasive efficiency.


The Oslo Diaries

A small group of Israelis and Palestinians meet secretly to negotiate an end to the bloodshed in 1992.


Anote’s Ark

Kiribati, a low-laying island nation on the Pacific is one of the first countries to face rises sea-levels


Memento Mori ​

With remarkable access to Canada’s busiest organ-transplant hospital, this documentary brings viewers face-to-face with stories of life and death, and the impossible decisions that tragedy demands.


Genius Factory

In 1980, Robert Graham, a 73 year-old eccentric millionaire got the idea to create a Nobel Prize winning sperm bank.


Losing Our Religion

A feature length documentary about preachers who are not believers, and what atheists do when they miss church.


Cheer Up

Miia, the ambitious coach of Finland’s worst competitive cheerleading team, is sick of losing.


Intervention Canada

Unable to process the untimely deaths of her father and brother, Elann obliterates her emotions with an ever-present bottle of vodka.


Melody Makers

MELODY MAKERS captures the birth of music journalism during the zeitgeist of rock n’ roll.


Operation Gold Rush

Historian Dan Snow concludes his epic adventure following in the footsteps of the 19th century's last great gold rush - a journey filled with genuine danger and thrilling beauty.ition, he is joined by polar explorer Felicity Aston


Killer Confessions

When detectives sit with killers inside the interrogation room, anything can happen.


Sled Dogs

An idyllic portrait has been promoted by both the tourism industry and the dog sledding world for decades in an attempt to maximize profits while concealing a sometimes gruesome reality.


Victor Walk

Hockey star Theo Fleury raises awareness for child sexual abuse survivors.


After a Suicide

Every day, 11 people die by suicide in Canada, leaving countless Canadians grief-struck and confused. Through the brave stories of several suicide survivors, After A Suicide - Moving Past Why examines this difficult and uncomfortable subject, ultimately of


The Tea Explorer

Canadian tea junkie Jeff Fuchs travels China's ancient Tea Horse Road in search of the perfect cup.