A filmmaker denounces the devastation caused by Canadian mining companies in the Andes.

A widow recalls a CBC television program from the 1950s, featuring the man she secretly loved and never saw again.

An Afghan woman sets up an underground program to help people addicted to heroin.

Portrait of “Spoon” Jackson, an African-American serving a life sentence for the murder of a woman, who discovered poetry in his California prison.

The influence of voodoo, an African animist religion, on the artistic practice of Haitian musicians, dancers and poets.

Immersion in the intimate and virtual lives of three groups of Quebec friends aged between 15 and 18, obsessed with their image and obsessed with exploring their sexuality.

In a remote corner of Thailand, an 8-year-old girl, with the help of her parents, builds a life-size version of a fairy land she’s invented from scratch.

In Montreal, two sisters of Icelandic descent stage their family heritage in colourful and explosive theatrical performances.

The employment process of Mexican and Central American refugees by large meat processing plants located in different regions of Quebec.

A former mining town in northwest British Columbia is now home to mountainous piles of byproduct of the early 20th century copper smelting process.

A spotlight on the many faces of Park-Ex, Montreal’s most densely populated neighborhood, this film hints at the relentless gentrification threatening its social fabric.

Misogynistic online harassment, as experienced by a Quebec teacher, an Italian parliamentarian, an African-American congresswoman and a French blogger.

Artificial intelligence researchers consider the creation of immortal versions of human beings.

In Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, ex-offenders participate in a social reintegration program at a wood processing plant.

Two young people from Témiscamingue wonder about their life and their future in the region, while preparing to head off for CEGEP.

Every summer, musicians, craftsmen and music lovers are welcomed at the Moulin du Bic by Daniel St-Pierre, and form a friendly and free-spirited community.

To escape persecution in Myanmar, more than 700,000 Rohingyas, citizens of Muslim faith, have found refuge in southern Bangladesh, in the Kutupalong camp.

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

Michel Gagnon, an 84-year-old transgender Don Juan, recounts memories of his conquests, the Red Light and the rise of Montreal’s LGBTQ+ community.

The director follows her autistic brother and another young woman with developmental disabilities as they train for the 2019 Special Olympics in Dubai.

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

Born to a Guyanese father and a Polish mother, writer and photographer Serge Emmanuel Jongué pursues a poetic and political exposé on identity, memory, and belonging.

At the end of a long and meticulous investigation, the director revisits the stages of the life of his biological mother, who had abandoned him at birth.