I Hold The Dehcho In My Heart / Sedze Tah Dehcho E’Toh
Indigenous students paddle Canada’s longest river to reconnect with Dene land and culture.

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Sedra

Sedra

A young refugee bears the weight of her family’s future and their new life in Canada.

I Hold The Dehcho In My Heart / Sedze Tah Dehcho E’Toh

I Hold The Dehcho In My Heart / Sedze Tah Dehcho E’Toh

Indigenous students paddle Canada’s longest river to reconnect with Dene land and culture.

His Nose, Her Eyes, Whose Face?

His Nose, Her Eyes, Whose Face?

Three mixed-race women talk about their hybrid identities.

Fisk: The New York Opening

Fisk: The New York Opening

A Canadian painter risks everything to break into New York’s competitive art market.

Zaasaakwe

Zaasaakwe

Shout with joy! A young woman calls upon Indigenous people to embrace their history, while coming together to strengthen their ties within their communities.

Hard Learning

Hard Learning

With no high school in her community, Miranda must move 500 km away for grade 9.

Vika

Vika

Ukrainian orphan Vika longs to see her sister, who was adopted by a Canadian family.

Eviction Notice

Eviction Notice

They may live in mobile homes, but these residents refuse to move.

Home No More

Home No More

In the aftermath of the terrorist attack on a Quebec City mosque, 3 Muslim women contemplate leaving the place they call home.

Take a Walk on the Wildside

Take a Walk on the Wildside

At Toronto’s oldest cross-dressing store, Paddy creates a safe haven for transformation.

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Extras

Coming soon to CBC Short Docs: Emptying the Tank

Coming soon to CBC Short Docs: Emptying the Tank

A striking portrait of Chippewa female mixed martial artist Ashley Nichols. Read More

I never wanted to make a film about refugees, but Sedra’s story changed that

I never wanted to make a film about refugees, but Sedra’s story changed that

How a Syrian teenager changed my mind about making a film on refugees Read More

‘I’m a strong believer in using humour as a way to draw people in for the harder hitting moments’

‘I’m a strong believer in using humour as a way to draw people in for the harder hitting moments’

100 and Counting: Secrets to a Long Life director Geeta Sondhi on what she learned in making her award winning doc Read More

‘I didn’t understand who I was, but I knew I wasn’t white.’

‘I didn’t understand who I was, but I knew I wasn’t white.’

A case of too many identities: growing up, being Indian/Armenian/Portuguese/British/Canadian meant I didn't know where I belonged Read More

How one email changed the course of an artist’s career

How one email changed the course of an artist’s career

And the documentary filmmaker who captured the story by being in the right place at the right time. Read More