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 and invites a friend from another culture to come celebrate with him.
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.
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.
When Manuela and her family are threatened of being completely ousted by growing urban and modern real estate developments, the teenager decides to fight back, determined to protect her home and neighborhood.
CASSANDRA, a quirky, gifted 32-year-old Tarot-reader and IAN, a 37-year-old, insecure fashion designer struggle to survive as they collide with an enigmatic talent agency led by European Oligarchs who promise you the world as they plot their dark, secret agenda.
Joe, a friendly but slightly clumsy little worm, takes advantage of the enlightened advice of Bizz, a quick-witted fly with limited patience, to learn how to live harmoniously and safely in the digital world.
Join Lotus and Cali as they embark on a series of vividly imaginative adventures. Each episode is an opportunity for these friends to explore a new universe inspired by a particular literary genre, which they do with an infectious enthusiasm.
Lou and Sophie is the story of two girls for whom the suburb has become too small. Flamboyant friendship, thirst for freedom, languor of summer; it brews for Lou and Sophie at this pivotal moment in their lives, between adolescence and adulthood, this famous moment when we think that everything is still possible.
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.
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.
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?
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.
Sexe+Techno is an entertaining and informative documentary series that follows the journey of hosts Jean-Michel Vanasse and Marilou Ethier. Together, they explore new technologies that are transforming our relationship with sex.
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.
Super Plex is a cucumber like no other. He dreams of being a real superhero. And he is ready to work very hard to get there, despite the pitfalls often related to his physique. Indeed, its oblong shape is not the most practical when you must act quickly, discreetly and with precision!
Symphony for a river, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin
1 x 46'
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.
Terre nourricière est une série qui rappelle notre lien fort à la terre, cette terre, berceau de tous les plats qui poussent au sol et aux arbres, berceau également de tout ce qui nage et qui foule le sol.
The Hidden Truth is a penetrating, destructive look at the scourge of childhood sexual abuse in the Jewish world, the long-term impact on victims and the challenging reality faced by attorneys, detectives, therapists and advocates trying to aid and bring justice to survivors.
S01: 26 x 4' (ready for delivery) | S02: 26 x 4' (looking for presell)
With an I.Q. higher than the pterodactyls fly, a ten-year-old genius caveboy embarks on wild adventures in his prehistoric world with the help of his crazy inventions - if they don’t blow up in chaos first!
Ah, the detective series! Mysterious inspectors with a past as murky as the murders they attempt to unravel; a stern but fair leader who tries to enforce order in the city and in his police station; victims murdered in grim circumstances...