Dumped by Min (Minara Hussain) after a 3 year relationship, fur-allergic Max (Mahesh Mahadevan) discovers family, friendship and love while caring for Min’s cat Meowzaki, named after their favourite filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki—whose films feed Max’s romantic idealism.
Iman, a rare Sumatran rhino, embarks on a journey through Borneo's rainforest after her mother's loss to poachers. Alone but aided by Piu-Piu, a talkative bird, she faces diverse wildlife and a relentless clouded leopard. Using her mother's spirit, Iman outsmarts the predator. Despite triumph, she feels lost until guided by a wise orangutan to rhino footprints, restoring hope. The film concludes as Iman follows her kind's footprints into an uncertain but promising future.
Summer 2031, 104°. Saadia, 16, is oriented in mechanical school although the car industry is in crisis and there are only a few electric cars in circulation. Her friends, Charly and Titi, throw a joke to cheer her up: what if the car of the future was a horse? Against all odds, Saadia trades her scooter for a massive workhorse which she brings back to the heart of her housing project…
Wendy lives with her new partner Gary. Vee, her teen daughter, disapproves of this relationship as Gary can be rough with her mother. One day, Vee takes things at hand when an argument between the two adults erupts. It all turns pear-shaped for Wendy and Vee when they make some wild discoveries at their family house as they deal with the aftermath of the quarrel.
"What the Soil Remembers," examines the trauma of a community uprooted during the Apartheid regime, making way for an educational institution that would become synonymous with the foundation of white supremacist ideologies. The film follows a group of elders who illuminate the screen with their approach to the problem. The collective wisdom and patience embedded in their actions is what a nationalist regime tried to violently take away from them years earlier.
Anna (Laurie Gagné) is about to reconnect with Jason (Thomas Lapointe), the son she was forced to place for adoption almost 20 years ago. Stressed and unable to complete this meeting, she finds refuge hiding in the basement of an elderly couple. A dramatic event brings Anna to forge an impromptu relationship with Victorine (Louise Turcot). The strange cohabitation of these two women will help them find the courage to face their trials.