Who doesn't know Godzilla? But did you know that the 1954 Godzilla movie is at the origin of Kaiju Eiga - the Giant Monster movie trend? It is the atomic threat overlooking Japan that directly influenced the creation of Kaiju Eiga...
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.
Do we know about sex and eroticism after traveling around the world? Not yet. After the highlights of the adventures of "Sex Around the World", the documentary "10 Degrees of Sex" put aside exoticism and geography to focus on the sexual act itself, the first spark of desire to the body bonding.
This documentary is about the dedication and passion of two underdogs attaining the quintessence in their sport. It is about a simple man who was able to accomplish what was not to be. It is about how life took away the dream of that man and how he was able to rebuild it.
In my hometown, Arlit, situated in the south of Nigeria, Areva has been mining uranium since 1976. Nowadays, a good part of the region is contaminated. Radioactivity is invisible, and the population is not informed of all the risks involved.
Another Brick in the Wall - The Documentary tells the fascinating, passionate story of how Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” became an opera ~ a true opera, not a “rock opera” ~ and how this masterpiece has transcended generations while remaining relevant and pertinent in today’s social and political climate.
Beyond Sight takes interest in the Inuit’s way of life, art, culture and landscapes, both visible and imaginary, in reaction to the opening of the North West Passage. The film transmits the spirit of the place while giving a voice to Inuit denizens and Great North specialists.
If one dish could define a nation, then for Peru ~ a country internationally renowned for its cuisine ~ that dish would be Ceviche. This documentary is a journey throughout time and cuisine across the Northern coast of Peru to the Amazon rainforest.
These controversial fights gained in popularity both among those who practice than the spectators. This documentary presents amateurs and professionals in training or in combat explaining their motivations and their gait.
Darth Vador, Lara Croft and Bilbo Baggins are sharing a latte. Captain America, Superwoman and Naruto are waiting in line for the toilet. No, you’re not dreaming. You’ve just entered the bizarre and universally popular world of Cosplay.
This documentary reveals how market gardeners, foresters and cereal farmers have successfully adopted a workable business model based on quality of life. It’s an idea whose seeds are spreading to all corners of the globe ~ from stable to table.
Defining a new world sport can be overwhelming. To survive you must conquer not only your competitors, but also your own fears. For these elite Gamers, it’s a long walk from the living room to the podium ~ and they’ll do whatever it takes to get there. This documentary follows three Gamers on their journey to become World Champion.
Today, we consider the bicycle as an urban green, efficient, inexpensive transportation, a symbol of accessibility for everyone. Except in Toronto, where the early days were promising, the car is still the priority. How did we get there?
Mira, une histoire de coeur (Mira, a Story of Devotion)
1 x 68 min
This documentary presents a good man, cheerful, colorful, dog lover, who one day had the idea to found an organism in order to help his fellows. A foundation called: MIRA. To date, the foundation has given more than 3,000 dogs that brought help and comfort to people that haven’t been pampered by life.