In the late 2010s, the director and his sister’s efforts to find a decent CHSLD for their mother, who has Alzheimer’s disease.

Incomparable cultural and historical jewels, Chinatowns in major North American cities are threatened with extinction by real estate development.

In Sherbrooke, and on the international scene, Ensaf Haidar’s fight for the release of her husband, the blogger Raif Badawi, imprisoned in Saudi Arabia since 2012 for opinion crimes.

A Cree matriarch, a survivor of residential schools, recounts her struggle to preserve her daughter and obtain redress for the tragedies she endured.

Nearly twenty years after unwittingly becoming the first viral phenomenon of the digital age, Ghyslain Raza explores the impact of this painful experience on his life.

On the eve of leaving Quebec, a Vietnamese businessman helps his ex-son-in-law find a Haitian refugee woman who has disappeared, leaving him to care for her young son.

During the 2020 confinement, an ultramarathoner challenges himself to run across the Gaspé Peninsula in one week.

The heiress of a publishing house on the verge of bankruptcy goes on a promotional tour with an antisocial and alcoholic English writer.

Worn out by illness, an elderly woman tells her grandson about a legend she bore witness to in her village of Saint-Élie-de-Caxton during her adolescence.

A Montreal photographer in debt travels to Belgium to liquidate his mother’s estate and recover the priceless mirror she left him.

After two years of absence, a fragile young woman is reunited with her four-year-old daughter and her husband who, with his new partner, is expecting a baby.

A boy sets out to find his father who disappeared at sea two years earlier while trying to find a legendary treasure on a remote island.

A gay airline pilot tries to convince his father, a homophobic and surly old man with dementia, to move from his farm to a nursing home.

An investigation into sexual abuse perpetrated by Catholic priests in New Brunswick between the 1950s and 1980s.

Portrait of Claude Lafortune, creator of the television shows “L’Évangile en papier” and “Parcelles de soleil,” which have lulled generations of Quebec children to sleep.

Placed in a youth protection group home, a 13-year-old girl finds an outlet for her anger by learning to play the guitar.

Upon learning that his days are numbered, a Montreal poetry teacher gets closer to his children and then returns to his native Ireland to write a book.

A 30-year-old Montrealer is plagued by frequent nightmares as he tries to shed light on the hunting accident that killed his father.

A 50-year-old man with terminal cancer returns to his hometown to see his friends and family one last time.

In the 1980s, a New York broker consumed by ambition returns to his native England, with his wife and children, on whom he imposes an extravagant lifestyle.

In Val-d’Or, a miner tries to redeem his past mistakes by participating in the rescue of five colleagues, trapped in a drilling shaft following an explosion.

Various incidents and misunderstandings reveal the cultural gap between a Lebanese woman and her Quebecois husband, several days before their departure for France.

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

A Mohawk girl goes with her mother to look for her teenage sister, who went missing after being seen with a white man on her school campus.

At the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, a Quebec swimmer who announced her early retirement is under various pressures to reconsider her decision.

In 1981, residents of a Mi’gMaq reserve in Quebec try to protect themselves from the zombie plague that has infested the entire white territory.

An illustrator welcomes into her home the young second wife of her ex-husband, who died suddenly and left her broke.

The intersecting stories of an experienced firefighter, a trainer, and two young aspiring firefighters, determined to pass their Montreal Fire Department entrance exams.

While investigating an anonymous video incriminating Mayor Rob Ford, a rookie journalist meets a young political aide who is a victim of the Toronto politician’s obnoxious behaviour.

The sentimental and professional experiences of five childhood friends with different personalities.