Beyond Trauma

The problem of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among veterans is real. However, this focus on the military obscures a simple truth: PTSD hits civilians harder than soldiers, and more women than men.

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Girls’ Night Out

Girls’ Night Out is not the story of a depressed, angry drunk girl, but the ubiquitous story of 80% of girls at university campuses across North America.

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Deep Water The Genius Of Daniel Lanois

Part musical journey, part biography, Deep Water is the life-affirming story of Daniel Lanois, a French-Canadian kid from humble origins, whose intense love of music made him one of the industry’s most respected and sought-after record producers.

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Fight Like Soldiers Die Like Children

When you’ve been to hell and back, how do you shake the memories? This question has haunted General Roméo Dallaire since he was UN Commander during the Rwandan genocide, explored in our documentary Shake Hands with the Devil. Dallaire’s new mission: ending the use of child soldiers.

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WEST WIND: The Vision of Tom Thomson

How did an illustrator, whose favourite pastime was fishing, find within himself the passion and confidence to portray Ontario’s lakes, rivers, trees and skies with glorious colour and energy as no one had before?

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Genius Within: The Inner Life Of Glenn Gould

An enigmatic musical poet, Glenn Gould continues to captivate audiences, twenty-six years after his early passing. This film casts a new light on a man whose ideas were as controversial, and his private life as passionate, as his music.

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Prosecutor

As Chief Prosecutor of the world’s first criminal court, the flamboyant and controversial Luis Moreno-Ocampo struggles to bring his first case to trial. An intimate, exploration of human rights law, the film asks: Can there be peace AND justice?

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The Team

As their country teeters on the brink of civil unrest, Kenyans scramble to produce a TV soap opera about a soccer team, hoping to bridge ethnic divisions. Can the lowliest of art forms achieve the loftiest of goals—real social change?

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The Experimental Eskimos

In the 1960s, in an extraordinary act of social engineering, three 12-year-old Inuit boys were shipped from the Canadian arctic to attend school in Ottawa. Struggling to grow up, these three boys and their people come to terms with a new identity.

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Triage: Dr James Orbinski’s Humanitarian Dilemma

Every day, relief workers make split-second decisions about who lives; who dies. Recipient of the 1999 Nobel Peace Prize, Dr. James Orbinski is haunted by his past. Now, he returns to Africa to discover how the human spirit remains unbroken.

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City Sonic

As the nexus of Canadian music, the city has been enriched by wave after wave of homegrown and international musicians. Its stages, streets and alleys resonate with the notorious jams, numbing heartaches, and lucky breaks that are the city’s musical DNA.

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