Director: Kim Cross
An experimental film in search of a new perception of reality.
This is an affectionate tribute to John Grierson, who founded and led the British documentary film movement in the Thirties, and who later established in Montreal, what grew into the largest ... More »
Social workers in touch with youngsters on the streets, are called "Streetworkers" in Canada. The film shows them in action, and listens to their ideas about a positive approach to the problems of ... More »
A look at Western Canada at the turn of the century through the critical eyes of Ernest Brown, a photographer, genius, caustic social critic, historian, and lover of life. The film spans his life and ... More »
The film concentrates on the invisible world of an aquarium of tropical fish: from the single celled protozoa to the more complex, but still microscopic worms and snails. ... More »
Originally titled Get Back, this Canadian film, directed by Donald Shebib, explores the tensions and rivalries between members of a gang planning an armed robbery. Five people come together to carry ... More »