Follow filmmaker Dylan Reibling as he investigates the mysterious death of his friend, computer salesman Michael De Bourcier. Michael's sudden death in 2002 has remained an unsolved cold case with the Toronto Police — until Dylan started digging deeper. Watch Full Episode
With unprecedented vital access, a look at the prevalent and dangerous culture of binge drinking and young women, with the eye of a reporter, the curiosity of an anthropologist, and the sometimes wounded heart of a teenage girl. Watch Full Episode
"I never saw it coming!” That’s the heart-breaking cry of parents whose kids have run away to join the ranks of a terrorist organization. What makes a young person blow up a café in Paris? Why do young people leave comfortable homes to embrace violent extremist ideologies? And what happens to the families they leave behind? Watch Full Episode
Why did this funny loving but dysfunctional family open their lives to a national audience?
"I don't want to allow mental illness, one of the most prevalent, world-wide health threats of this generation, to hide any longer."
"Whether the end goal is to build up a compelling court case or to craft a compelling documentary, the path to get there is the same: grunt work," says Dylan Reibling.
My mother died of liver cancer after a decade of treatments. She suffered greatly in the final weeks of her life and wanted to go sooner.