Call Me Olly
Ken Burns dreams of becoming a world-famous filmmaker. There’s only one problem: his name.

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The Secret Path: In The Classroom

The Secret Path: In The Classroom

Chanie Wenjack's sisters visit a school in Toronto, where the children have a special surprise for the family.

Call Me Olly

Call Me Olly

Ken Burns dreams of becoming a world-famous filmmaker. There’s only one problem: his name.

Little Big Leaf

Little Big Leaf

Phu Dinh Van runs a coffee shop in Hanoi. Though physically small, he has big dreams: to study in Canada.

Declutter

Declutter

Filmmaker Madison Thomas has a revelation about why her mother is always cleaning — and realizes she’s more like her mom than she ever thought.

Finding My Balance

Finding My Balance

How volleyball helped one woman recover from years of bullying.

NiiSoTeWak: Two Bodies, One Heart

NiiSoTeWak: Two Bodies, One Heart

Cree teachings say that identical twins are born with two bodies, but share one heart. Meet Tapwewin and Pawaken, 10-year-old brothers trying to make sense of the world, their family and each other.

Headdress

Headdress

JJ Neepin recreates her great-grandfather’s portrait and explores the responsibility of wearing a headdress.

Impossible to Contain

Impossible to Contain

A 360° documentary. Experience the aftermath of a diesel spill near the First Nations community of Bella Bella, told through the experience of one family.

Babe, I Hate To Go (Trailer)

Babe, I Hate To Go (Trailer)

A Jamaican migrant worker decides to keep the news of his terminal illness from his family, leaving him to cope alone.

Karihwanoron: Precious Things

Karihwanoron: Precious Things

A small community bands together around a Mohawk immersion school they founded to keep their language alive.

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Through Our Eyes: Indigenous Short Docs

Through Our Eyes: Indigenous Short Docs

Short documentaries by some of the best emerging Indigenous storytellers in Canada. Read More

How volleyball helped this 18-year-old filmmaker recover from bullying

How volleyball helped this 18-year-old filmmaker recover from bullying

Alicia Mollen’s short documentary ‘Finding My Balance’ is a poetic look at how the sport helped her heal. Read More

‘I wanted children like mine to witness a positive story of Indigenous family life.’

‘I wanted children like mine to witness a positive story of Indigenous family life.’

Why director Jules Koostachin made the short film NiiSoTeWak. Read More

‘A headdress carries so much weight.’ Why I made the film ‘Headdress’

‘A headdress carries so much weight.’ Why I made the film ‘Headdress’

"When I see a non-Indigenous person wearing a headdress, it feels like my entire culture has been reduced to a prop, a costume." Read More

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