The Quebec Connection kayakers, a group originally from Quebec City, are among the best kayakers in the world. These adventurers will use their kayaks to discover and map the most extreme unexplored rivers in Canada.
The Institut de tourisme et d'hôtellerie du Québec (ITHQ) trains students wishing to become chefs. Before wearing the ultimate hat, they must learn the basics and impress their teachers. See them get their hands dirty in Future Chefs!
Would you live in a house where a terrifying tragedy occurred? Real estate brokers Mélanie Bergeron and Yanic Parent make you make exclusive visits and meet the owners of houses scarred by tragedy or crime.
The story of an Acadian, Julien Robichaud, discovering the right whale, an endangered species. An adventure that examines efforts to save this species, whose population is estimated at 350 individuals in the waters of Eastern Canada.
Symphony for the river, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin
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In the grandiose setting of Place Calder on Sainte-Hélène Island, l’Orchestre Métropolitain, conducted by Maestro Yannick Nézet-Séguin, interprets an assemblage of pieces including La Moldau interspersed with life all along the St. Lawrence River.
Eastbound Westbound, a winemakers' story from Bordeaux and Califo...
1 x 82' & 2 x 44'
Travelling from east to west, from Bordeaux to California, and caught in the grip of past and present, the American Jeffrey M. Davies goes in search of evidence to shed light on the cultural heritage of the legendary wine scholar Thomas Jefferson.
Three girls with eventful lives, Lucie, Jessie and Claudine, as they travel to the four corners of the globe to live extraordinary experiences, discover different tools and share different visions of the world. Their first stop: India.
What do you do when you cancel your wedding not once but twice due to a global pandemic? Then what do you do when you get pregnant right as your husband is about to return home to the other side of the world?
A group of friends deal with the different stages of their growing young adult life, evoking their journeys, encounters and adventures lived over the past five years, overcoming the transition from teenage years to responsibilities. Between dreams and reality, it is more than a slice of life, it is a written destiny of their projects and hopes.
Passport to the World is a documentary series, of very high quality, focused on travel and featuring various renowned and unfamiliar world destinations. These films offer a complete portrait of a country or region ~ just like a travel guide.
ln September 2019 begins Kent Nagano's sixteenth and final season at the head of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra (OSM). As time for farewell approaches, Nagano confides on classical music, his attachment to Montreal and the OSM, and the communion that a concert can be. First and foremost, the film tells the story of the formidable relationship that developed between the Maestro and the Montreal people over the years.
At the dawn of the Second World War, Nazism was extending its grip over South America. The Golden Angel, a Mexican masked wrestler, was recruited by the Americans in order to flush out the spies of the Third Reich and put a stop to their nefarious schemes. The Golden Angel’s assignments, still classified Top Secret and therefore absent from the history books, even brought him to a pivotal confrontation with Hitler himself.
Ten years after the tragic death of her parents in a mining disaster, Marianne returns to her hometown. She returns to GOLD, the rock band formed by her childhood friends, Kristoff and Kevin, who is the only survivor of the mining collapse.
The journalist Jorge Said travels alone throughout Africa, Asia, and the Americas in search of the most isolated tribes on the planet who have had little contact with the outside world and are on the verge of disappearing.
A deeply intimate docuseries following four individuals whose lives have been turned completely inside-out following tragic accidents or serious health problems. The series simultaneously follows all stages of their rehabilitation process—physical, emotional, and psychological—while also providing viewers with valuable insight from their loved ones and healthcare providers.
It is in our society's interest to accompany the release of convicted persons with dynamic modules in the field, since this helps to reduce the phenomenon of recidivism. By combining Biodynamics with the horse, real transformations take place and trigger deep healing currents. This unique method in France has proven itself and the horse is extraordinary in its mission! Sam's Freedom Day, a poignant story full of emotions!
After an emergency call to save her addict mother, Claire, 9 years old, is taken by social services. She quickly ends up with the only relative she has left: her grand-mother Pauline, who lives in a seniors’ residence.
In this new documentary series, Mathieu Cyr discovers various countries through the eyes of their skateboarding community. He meets the skateboarders who have shaped the world scene and visits new places that mark the culture of skateboarding. In Barcelona, Jerusalem, Casablanca, Havana, Warsaw and Montreal, the skateboarding humorist travels through alleys and major avenues taking an interest in alternative visions of skateboarding, but also in the arts, history and architecture.