A father in conflict with his ex-wife sequesters his son in a house located at the edge of a dense and unnerving forest.

The last members of Quebec’s congregation of Marie Auxiliatrice talk about their struggles for women’s rights and social justice.

A two-voice dialogue reveals the unique landscape of the islands of the St. Lawrence River.

Several years after her father’s death, the director sets out to complete the film he wanted to make about a mythical place that captivated him.

Documentary shot in the fall of 2019, with residents and staff of the Émilie-Gamelin long-term care facility in Montreal’s Centre-Sud district.

Portrait of Les Fils, a group of priests who worked with the labourers and the poor in Pointe-Saint-Charles, Montreal, in the 1970s.

For several centuries, Armenia and Azerbaijan have fiercely coveted Nagorno-Karabakh, a mountainous region located on the border of the two countries.

The filmmaker tracks her father’s progress in building an edible-nest swiftlet birdhouse in his hometown in Malaysia he left long time ago.

In 1997, after the Apocalypse, an orphan goes to war against the leader of the ruined lands, in order to save the girl he loves.

Kaleidoscope of the Italian experience in Quebec.