features ‘It’s like opening a bottle you’ve worked hard to close for a long time.’ Filmmaker Victoria Anderson-Gardner on making a documentary about the trauma of the Sixties Scoop More »
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Read More Meet the ‘Toad People’ who defend the migration routes of young amphibians Toad People tells the true love story between people and toads and demonstrates that we have, in fact, a lot to learn from them. More »
Read More An Indian artist opened a condom factory in Newfoundland: I had to tell his story I heard about the story of an immigrant from India, opening a condom factory in the Goulds, Newfoundland, and my journalistic instincts tingled with happiness. More »
Read More My first film about a girl making her first dress Hollie’s Dress is a peek into the life of this Mennonite girl. It’s a conversation between a mother and her daughter. More »
Read More Call for short docs submissions: CBC Creative Relief Fund CBC Short Docs is inviting documentary filmmakers from across Canada to show us their unique perspectives on what’s happening in the world during this time of COVID-19. More »
Read More Love Letters From Everest: My grandparents’ epic love story This is a true story. A story about love, adventure and the impossible. It’s also a story about my family. More »
Read More Elvis Lajoie: This Elvis impersonator shares much more than a first name with his idol. 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. More »
Read More Life advice from a fourth-generation farmer Tips on cows, crops, the weather...and how to make the most of your life. More »
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