Juno Award-winning musician Kinnie Starr is on a quest to find out why only 5% of music producers are women even though many of the most bankable pop stars are female. What does it take for a woman to make it in music?

An intimate look at the extraordinary life of Master Lu Yi, hailed as the father of modern acrobatics, and the vast community of big-top lovers who share his dream of a thriving US circus industry.

Canadian doctors and patients navigate the newly granted right to die under a broad Supreme Court decision - the first of its kind outside Europe.

In Texas, nonprofits and cities are taking unprecedented action to fight the payday loan industry and protect the poor. The Ordinance is a documentary that examines the payday loan and auto title loan industry while also following a small Texas town that is fighting for change. In a time when political disillusionment is growing this story serves as an important example of how the best, and worst, of our political system can unite a community. The film documents the first issue ever that had Catholics, Southern Baptists, and Cooperative Baptists worked together on at a national level.

Synchronized swimming is for girls. It’s for girls who can run a 400-metre sprint while holding their breath, and smiling. Perfect dives beyond the sequins and mascara to follow a team of elite athletes that do whatever it takes to make it to the Olympics. They’ll suffer concussions, black eyes, dislocated knees and sacrifice all on their quest for perfection.

Iraq and Afghan War resisters from the U.S. seek refuge in an increasingly conservative Canada. Caught between two countries they'll fight a legal and political battle to win the right to remain in Canada.

This eye opening documentary follows former NHL all star Theo Fleury on his 10 day Victor Walk from Toronto to Ottawa, to bring awareness about child sexual abuse, promote healing to the survivors and stiffer laws for predators.

Dan and Margot is the intimate look into the life of a young modern woman struggling to take back the three years of her life that she lost to schizophrenia. With transparency and even humor, we will confront the notion of schizophrenia through a female character-driven portrayal that asks questions about the deep-seated stigmatization of mental illness within our culture and the way in which we all choose to cope with our past, present and future.

Travelling worldwide, the feature sustainable food documentary Bugs on the Menu is a comprehensive examination of bug eating, observing these traditions in South Africa, Mexico, and Cambodia. Experts Dr. Arnold van Huis of The Netherlands (author of the UN report “Edible Insects”) and Washington D.C.’s Sonny Ramaswamy of the USDA provide scientific analysis of this food industry revolution.

An average baseball film in the making comes out of seemingly nowhere to become one of the best sports films made of all time. A true testament to the real beauty of Hollywood filmmaking, the way it used to be.

Narrated by Emmy Award-winning actor Brendan Gleeson,  Atlantic is a documentary about the two big resources in the North Atlantic, fish and oil, and the impact of their exploitation on the environment in various countries on both sides of the Atlantic.
Using a band as a cover story, a group of unlikely rebels with dubious musical skills pass over forbidden borders and into each other's tangled lives in Israel and Palestine.

Tragedy befalls a world-famous sommelier attending an important wine event when he suddenly, inexplicably loses his palate. His mission to recover his talent leads him on a journey through peerless wineries and beautiful vineyards, but most importantly into his own soul.

Believe: The Barack Obama Story is an intimate portrait of the life of Barack Obama that details his early life in Hawaii as well as his meteoric rise in politics culminating with his historic victory in the 2008 Presidential election.

How do we live, knowing we are going to die? In search of answers, we probed the minds of atheists and agnostics, Buddhists, Jews and Christians, physicians and philosophers, authors and academics, a legendary stand-up comic and scores of random pedestrians. But at the heart of the story are a terminally ill poet determined to become a clown, a cancer-stricken student facing 50/50 odds of survival, and a combat medic whose traumatic experiences erase his fear of death.

A community lurches from crisis to crisis, as their homeland transforms into a modern frontier. After the Last River follows stories of resistance from an indigenous reserve struggling to be heard.

Narrated by William Baldwin, the untold true story of WWII aviators who carried out secret, illegal operations in 1948 to prevent a second Holocaust.

Made in Japan is the remarkable story of Tomi Fujiyama, the world's first Japanese country music superstar. 

Lost & Found follows the epic adventures of regular citizens who leave their small towns (some for the first time) to travel to Japan in hopes to reunite people with some small piece of their past. People across 3 countries, 2 continents, who are separated by the largest body of water on earth are coming together to share in the memories, mourn the loses and find great joy in the reuniting of something once thought to be lost forever but has now been found.

Brazil is synonymous with the world game, and it is this passion that has produced some of the worldʼs best players. But here is only one man who is known as the King of Football. Known simply as “Pelè”, he joined Brazilʼs World Cup team at the age of 17, fulfilling the promise he made to his father to “win a World Cup” for him. He starred, scoring twice in the final against Sweden. From then on he was targeted with rough treatment from opponents who feared his influence on the game.

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