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A Tribute to Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

A Tribute to Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

While Canadians wait for the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls to begin its interviews, Moon Water, a documentary honouring missing and murdered women in British Columbia is now available on DVD. Rita Jasper provides a ...

Alex Janvier Retrospective, National Gallery

Alex Janvier and Iris McKay of First Voice Multimedia reconnected on November 24th at the opening of Janvier's retrospective at the National Gallery in Ottawa. Curated by Greg Hill, the retrospective spans 65 years of work by Alex Janvier, ...

Women Building Peace Best Doc at Silver Wave + Moving Images Distribution at NWSA 2016, Montréal

Women Building Peace had its world première November 6th at the Silver Wave Film Festival, Fredericton, New Brunswick, where it received the Best Documentary Award. This was the 16th year for the Silver Wave Festival, an ...

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Ariadna Ochrymovych

Twenty-five Ukrainian Canadians tell their stories of survival during the Holodomor--death inflicted by starvation--a genocide of Ukrainian people engineered by Joseph Stalin during 1932 and 1933. 

The Girls of St. Marys

The Girls of St. Mary's

Christine McLean

This documentary, narrated by Maliseet elder Maggie Paul, is a collaboration between Christine McLean and the St. Mary's First Nation in Fredericton, New Brunswick. It provides a rare glimpse into the lives of three Maliseet teenagers on St. Mary's First Nation, one of the few urban reserves in Canada. 

Ednas Bloodline

Edna's Bloodline

Eva Wunderman

Edna Elias, the former Commissioner of Nunavut Canada, received an email from Fredrik Norberg, a distant relative in Sweden. He wanted to learn more about Petter Norberg, Edna's great grandfather who had left Sweden in the late 1800's and then settled in Canada's far North.


My Only Daughter

My Only Daughter

Grace Smith

Carol Wolfe, a deaf Indigenous woman in Saskatoon, bravely shares the story of her daughter's disappearance in 2010. She creates an intimate portrait of a loving relationship between mother and daughter and the five years of anguish, searching and wondering, until her daughter's body was located on the outskirts of the city.

Kokota - The Islet of Hope

Kokota - The Islet of Hope

Craig Norris

People living on a tiny islet off East Afrcia are on the front lines of climate change with nowhere to run. Two individuals with practical ideas energized the community to successfully mitigate the effect a warming climate has on their lives. Kokota: The Islet of Hope is an inspirational film that proves simple solutions can have huge impacts. In English and Swahili with English subtitles. Also available with French subtitles: Kokota: Terre d'Espoir.

The Klondike Viking

The Klondike Viking

Lulu Keating

This story of Norwegian immigrant Bill Hakonson follows his life from a mistreated runaway youth on the prairies to his arrival in Dawson City where he built a new life in Canada's far north.