First Contact takes six Canadians, all with stereotypical opinions about Indigenous people, on a unique 28-day exploration of Indigenous Canada. It is a journey that will turn their lives upside down, challenging their perceptions and confronting their prejudices about a world they never thought they would see.
Featuring interviews with Mohawk faithkeepers, stick makers, coaches, and historians – and full of beautiful archive photos and video – Lacrosse: A Nation’s Game details the rich history of lacrosse in Canada from its Indigenous origins to the 150th anniversary celebration of the sport in 2017.
Bringing Down The House provides a unique look into one family's struggle with mental illness. It is a film about love, life, legacy, and hope.
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Treading Water is a deeply intimate look at the unexpected, untold story of the real-life evacuees behind the national headlines of the 2011 Manitoba flood. imagineNATIVE Film + Media Festival Best Short Documentary Golden Sheaf Award for Best Aboriginal Program
White Noise is a look at Winnipeg's relationship with NHL hockey; how it influences, defines, and impacts people on many levels. White Noise explores our 15-year fascination with the ghosts of a departed team and its inspiring return.
Call To Arms is an edgy documentary about Winnipeg’s legendary rock grotto – The Royal Albert. Located inside the historic Royal Albert Arms hotel, this infamous live music venue has been a fixture on the Winnipeg music scene since the late sixties, and has been compared to CBGBs in New York and London’s Marquis Club.
The Lead follows Canadian Kyle Riabko, on a journey as he takes a detour from his dream of becoming a rock star to take on the lead role in the hit Broadway musical: Spring Awakening. With unprecedented Broadway access, and heartbreaking yet uplifting stories from audience members' real lives, this show captures the essence of the power of contemporary theatre.