‘JOE BUFFALO’: Surviving the Horrors of the Residential Schools by Skateboarding

In “Joe Buffalo,” directed by Amar Chebib and executive produced by Tony Hawk, an Indigenous skateboarding legend overcomes addiction and trauma stemming from his years in Canada’s Church-run school system. (Source: The New Yorker)

The ‘Most Elusive’ Man in North America

Dag Aabye is a septuagenarian Ultra Marathon champion who lives completely off the grid. Can two filmmakers track him down—and if so, what will they find? (Source: The Atlantic) https://www.theatlantic.com/video/ind…

The Biggest Cannabis Company in the World

Big Weed is already here. The very biggest cannabis companies in the world, Canopy Growth, owns over a dozen brands (like Tweed). Based out of Canada, business is good after the legalization of recreational marijuana. “Our goal is to be…

Holding on to the Farm

By Lewis Bennett Mr. Bennett is a documentary filmmaker. Oct. 9, 2018 To make this film, my co-director, Ben, and I spent six days camped out at my family’s long-abandoned farm deep in the Saskatchewan prairie. We pitched our tents…

As Niagara Falls

A short documentary about Niagara Falls’ image to the world, and what truly lies within the city. ( Mayday Pictures)

Neil Young: Don’t Be Denied

This documentary charts Neil Young from his earlier days in Canada to his chart-topping international success as rock and folk superstar.

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