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Remembering Maple SFU Surrey screening

Remembering Maple SFU Surrey screening

Please join us on what would have been Maple's 26th birthday, for a screening of 'Remembering Maple', a documentary profiling the life and loss of Maple Batalia, directed by Jasleen Kaur.

     

Holodomor: Voices of Survivors Screening

Wednesday, September 13, 7:30 pm: Holodomor: Voices of Survivors, a documentary exposing the little-known 1932-33 famine of the Ukrainian ...

A Tribute to Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

Completed well before the Canadian Government's Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls began its operations, Moon Water, a documentary honouring missing and murdered women in British Columbia illuminates the tremendous complexity of this pheonmenon. Métis direcctor Rita ...

New Releases

c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city

c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city

Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers

cə̓snaʔəm, the city before the city commemorates five years since the resolution of a dramatic and compelling moment in the history of this place now known as metro Vancouver. In late 2011, the Musqueam First Nation learned that a 108-unit condo development was being planned at one of their ancestral village sites without prior consultation with the nation. 

River of Silence

River of Silence

Micheal Auger

Set against the backdrop of the growing number of murdered and missing Indigenous women in Canada, River Of Silence tells the story of a successful Indigenous woman, Helen along with husband Nathan, living in present day Vancouver, who must navigate the horror of their daughter having gone missing and is found murdered.

Love at Second Sight

Love at Second Sight

Jo Streit

Facially different David Roche and his lovely wife Marlena Blavin share their stories with a spellbound middle-school audience.

Neighbourhood Utopia

Neighbourhood Utopia

Ève Lamont

Affectionately known as La Pointe, Pointe-Saint-Charles is working- class neighbourhood in southwest Montreal. Once among the biggest industrial districts in Canada, today it is under attack by real estate developers. 

Project Eagle Feather: When They Took the Children

Project Eagle Feather: When They Took the Children

Tammy Lynne Elder

In reaction to the recent rise of aboriginal children taken into government care, Project Eagle Feather: When They Took The Children reveals the previously untold stories of First Nations' experiences growing up in Saskatchewan and British Columbia. 

Québec My Country Mon Pays

Québec My Country Mon Pays

John Walker

Director John Walker reflects on his complex relationship with Québec, charting the course of rapid change wrought by the Quiet Revolution: from the separatist movement, FLQ crisis and political referenda to the exodus of half a million people from Québec.