A group of multination Indigenous Elders from across Canada, along with community members, come together to find healing from past traumas.
Canadian Documentary - Short Form
Penetrating through the interstices of the half-closed shutters, a summer light brushes its dappled shadows in Noëlla's apartment, as she is preparing to receive medical aid in dying. Dense and diffuse, the last days of a life reveal the tight weave that intertwines these seemingly infinitely repeated gestures to the ephemeral nature of our passages. At night’s edge, here’s a non-sentimental look at death and how we cope with it.
After discovering dozens of her father’s paintings from when he was a reconnaissance photographer during World War Two, Jane Fleetwood-Morrow investigates the story of the 39th Reconnaissance Wing, dubbed “The Eyes of the Army”; all told by bringing the decades-old paintings to life through animation.
A Yukon trapper in the twilight of his career, passes along his ethos and his trapline to a young woman determined to carry on his work.
Melanie’s strongest wish is to have a family that stands together, that stays together. Meanwhile, her boyfriend David is about to roll away to become a long-distance truck driver. Sweet as an ice cream, EVERYTHING’S FINE opens a window on the emotions contained in a mother’s heart, who always puts others first.
An intimate portrait of cannabis' role in paediatric medicine.