An eccentric writer must choose between his career and the woman of his life.

An Indigenous activist is bailed out of jail by her brother, whom she has not seen in years.

An explorer embarks on a 4000 km journey across the Canadian Arctic by canoe and on foot.

Kevin Hearn, member of the rock band The Barenaked Ladies, sues the gallery that sold him a fake painting by Norval Morrisseau, the first big star of Indigenous art.

A pioneer in the study of giraffes in the 1950s, Canadian Anne Innis Dagg has had to struggle within a misogynistic academic world to have her work recognized.

In Vancouver, an elderly woman, who suspects her husband of being unfaithful, questions her choices and discovers a new appetite for life.

After decades of being demonized for their seal hunting, Inuit proclaim on social media that they will uphold this tradition.

Octogenarians but still very active on the banks of the Mississippi, blues musicians tell their stories, which are often intertwined with the history of the American South.

A teenager with a petulant imagination unleashes his homosexual impulses through a violent revolt when he comes into contact with a breathtakingly charming classmate.

The fates of two former Kenyan outlaws who agreed to trade their guns for a promise of amnesty and a pair of running shoes.

In the 1950s, a young Irish woman who has found love in the United States is courted by a charming fellow countryman during a brief return to her homeland.

An Algerian awaiting refugee status is tricked into replacing a Montreal teacher who hanged herself in her Grade Six classroom.

Portrait of the high-profile Canadian serial killer Robert Pickton, a farmer who murdered dozens of Vancouver prostitutes.