Take out and eat in, Christmas at the King Wok restaurant means feeding families, one deep-fried chicken ball at a time.
King Lajoie delves into the kitsch universe of an Elvis Presley impersonator from a small Quebec town.
Every two years, a group of authors in their 50s-80s, combine their forces and write an anthology of murderous short stories.
Shook is the story of a 28-year-old woman’s unlikely journey into local Mexican politics.
One Sunday a month, Nancy Falaise closes the doors of her hair salon to lead an intimate workshop for young girls of colour struggling with their natural hair.
Farmer Jim has taken shy, quiet Jon under his wing as the son he never had, and given him a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take on the Giffen family legacy — Edencrest Farms.
One man’s quest to find all the kids who auditioned to be Indiana Jones’ sidekick.
“An artist in exile is like a fish out of water.” Three Ethiopian musicians adjust to life in Canada.
In this remote town, you’re either working for the mines or fighting against them.
Four brothers — and their Cree-speaking puppets — show the joyful side of Indigenous life.
As an unconventional musicography, King Lajoie takes a plunge into the universe of Elvis Lajoie, an Elvis impersonator who shares much more than a first name with his idol. Read More
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I didn’t get the part. But the experience changed my life — and the lives of 5 other Asian men Read More