Montréal, winter 2002. Stéphane, a 19-year-old metal head is studying graphic design and dreams of becoming an illustrator. But in the past few months, he has been spiraling down a dangerous path: he has become addicted to gambling.
Trois-Rivières, (Québec), 1930s. A woman separated from her husband for eleven years takes him back into her home after the death of his concubine.
The Viking Society is recruiting volunteers for the first manned mission to Mars. The goal is to form a B-team that will mirror the mission here on Earth in order to find solutions to the interpersonal problems that the Mars-bound crew is experiencing.
So-Young is a Korean single mother raising her adolescent son Dong-Hyun in the suburbs of Canada during the 90s. Determined to provide a better life for him than the one she left behind in her native country, she does her best to overcome the constant racial and cultural challenges that confront them.
Three brothers in their fifties will have to reconnect on the death of their father, who died prematurely from an unfortunate Ice Bucket Challenge.
In remote Pilbara country in Western Australia, troubled 16-year-old Indigenous girl, Murra, finds herself abandoned after an explosive incident with her drug fuelled mother. On the cusp of being lost in the ‘Child Protection’ system, an unusual lifeline is thrown her way by her uncle Ian, the local cop, in the form of a unique Photo Safari.
This documentary plunges us into the vortex of online misogyny and documents hatred towards women. This bleak opus, reminiscent of a psychological thriller, follows four women across two continents.
From director Jennifer Baichwal, this David vs. Goliath story follows a former groundskeeper who takes on a multinational agrochemical corporation after a terminal cancer diagnosis.
In the early 2000s, Norbourg was at the origin of one of the biggest financial scandals in the history of Quebec. Inspired by true-events. Humble Quebec Securities Commission inspector and auditor Eric Asselin is mandated to monitor the activities of financial firm Norbourg.
The Arsenaults, a tightly knitted family, have ruled for generations in a small village in Bas-du-Fleuve, Quebec.
Hamish arrives on the soil of his mother’s birth; she is felt instantly. A shocking car accident rips him apart, shattering his clenched control. A beast broken, he finds himself lost in the world of his long deceased mother.
Confessions of a Hitman tells the story of one of the most prolific hitmen of our time. With twenty- eight murders and fifteen attacks on his hunting trophy, Gérald Gallant surprises and confuses.
The brothers Nicolas, Charles-Alexandre, Thomas and William are all very different from each other. At their father’s funeral, they promise to meet for the last time at the family home in the Magdalen Islands to spread the patriarch’s ashes in this symbolic place.
Sarita’s sister has not returned home after a party. She is convinced that her disappearance has something to do with Andrés, her sister’s toxic ex-boyfriend. Sarita leaves Guatemala City and travels to a small port town to befriend him and infiltrate his gang.
Willy & Marlena. She is the girlfriend of a cartel boss in Mexico, he is in love with the boss’ wife. Fearing the worst, the lovers will go their separate ways to better survive.
Maria Chapdelaine, a 16 year-old young woman, lives with her family on a land they are clearing, near the Péribonka River in rural Québec in early 1900. In a home where even physical exhaustion cannot diminish the warmth of family life, Maria finds herself faced with a deep dilemma.
A recent college graduate and her estranged high school friends return to Lantern’s Lane, the home of a real urban legend and must fight to survive the night.
A psychology student delves into her sister’s psychosis, exposing herself to an ancient predator who hunts souls.
Wuhan Wuhan is an observational documentary unfolding during February and March, 2020 at the height of the pandemic in Wuhan city, where the coronavirus began.
A Canadian searches for the tree that was planted in his name in Israel many years earlier. When he discovers that it stands on the remains of an Arab village, he is forced to question his own culpability.
A surprise reunion in southern France reignites passions and jealousies between two women who were formerly polyamorous lovers.
As winter approaches, an exclusive Golf Club hires a Multinational biotech whose “revolutionary” fertilizer melts the snow and genetically modifies the grass so its affluent members can play golf all year round. The result is the contamination of the water which ultimately transforms most of the residents into Zombies.
Maxime works in an underground mine near his hometown. He shares his life between his girlfriend and his childhood friend Julien, now disabled following a car accident caused by Maxime a year before.
Billionaire activist George Soros is one of the most influential and controversial figures of our time. American director Jesse Dylan follows Soros across the globe and pulls back the curtain on his personal history, private wealth, and public activism.
In the summer of 1990, a twelve-year- old Mohawk girl is forced to grow up fast and find her own inner warrior during an armed stand-off between her community and the government.
The Vinland Club is the story of an exceptional educator in a boys’ college, in the late 1940s. Adored by his students but perceived as too progressive by the superiors of his congregation, the charismatic Brother Jean proves to be an advocate of the changes to come in the 50s and 60s.
While young and in her prime, Nadia decides to retire from pro swimming after the Olympic Games; to escape a rigid life of sacrifice.
Nine-year-old Monday is home-schooled by her father Bob in Sydney and her only contact with the outside world is her weekly visit to the hospital. Monday’s imagination is captured by the Moon Rock (Uluru) which she believes will heal her and desires to travel to the middle of Australia to find it.
Gaby wants desperately to find love. Recently dumped and on the brink of forty, she feels she doesn’t matter to anyone.
Edouard, a public figure and retired History teacher, is slowly starting to lose his memory. Accustomed to speaking on all the stands, he must make himself more discreet, even if he believes he still has a lot to say.
On her 16th birthday, Catherine receives a yellow Discman, the book Moi, Christiane F… and the right to go to the mall. It was also the day her father drove his mother’s jeep into a wall on purpose. Catherine enters adolescence at the same time as her parents begin the divorce process.
This is the story of several characters from a fictional suburb of Montreal. Two brothers who are as troubled as they are sensitive, a disabled young man, an exuberant young entrepreneur and their friends who gravitate around them.
Corine went to Mongolia with the Tsaatan tribe to record traditional songs. She thought she could forget Paul’s death. But her meeting with the shaman Oyun upsets her journey.
Henry Cole is a famous pianist who is making a return to the stage after a long absence. During the inaugural concert, he is struck by severe stage fright and narrowly escapes disaster.
Antigone, a brilliant young immigrant from Algeria, lives in Montreal with her grandmother, her sister Ismene and her two brothers, Eteocles and Polynices. But one afternoon, her world is turned upside down. During a scuffle in a park, Eteocles is accidentally shot by a police officer.
There’s Laurie, the girl next door who’s trying to be fabulous. There’s Clara, the social media star who runs on likes. And there’s Elizabeth, who’s raging against it all.
Louis, Eric and Daniel are inseparable. They are young, reckless and live at 100 km/h. Soon, their childish games turn into disorganized crime. Their friendship is put to the test.