Twenty years ago, Chile was kidnapped from Hungary by a group of Israelis traffickers and was forced to work as a prostitute. Now she goes to look after her kidnappers. After she returns to hell, could she get out?
(YOUTH SHORT CONTENT SERIES) - In a world where imaginary friends are controlled by the government, Nathaniel (17 years old) is abandoned by Amélie and assigned a new unusual companion, Bertrand, an old-timer with unorthodox methods.
(EDUCATIONALYOUTH SERIES) Celebrating Together! Is a youth documentary series featuring a young 9-12 year old Francophone from Ontario, native from a country other than Canada. In each episode the child enjoys a cultural celebration from his country of origin to invite a friend from another culture to come celebrate with him.
(YOUTH SERIES) This award-winning, live-action scripted series is a fantastic tale about bullying, friendship and putting yourself in someone else’s shoes ~ whether they belong to the class nerd, the school bully, or a fluffy puppet.
A documentary film about the heroic actions of the French Canadian soldier, Léo Major who, during the Second World War, single-handedly liberated the Dutch town of Zwolle, inhabited by 50,000 people from the nazis. An avenue was dedicated to him, he is remembered and celebrated every year. Although he is venerated in the Netherlands, his accomplishments are still barely known in his homeland.
Mathieu is a public writer in a poor neighbourhood of Montreal. In the past years, he discovered that his job is more about people than literature. He must first listen and then finds the right words for those who can’t write.
George (Christopher Lloyd, the eccentric Dr. Emmett Doc Brown in Back to the Future) is a man living with the physical pains of old age and the lingering sadness of youthful regrets. He is haunted by his inability to save Violet, a beautifully flawed love interest from nearly six decades ago...
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.
(EDUCATIONAL YOUTH SERIES) - Why is the sky blue? What does DNA mean? How can planes fly? Why are boats floating? This series is dedicated to children (but not only) and answers 22 scientific questions.
(DOCUSERIES) - Unknown Champions reveals the most fascinating and unique competitions. From Asia to North America, Wingsuit Flying to Snake Hunting, these incredible people showcase their shocking talents and compete to become champions.