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Melbourne opera singer Tiriki Onus tries to uncover the mystery surrounding the life of his grandfather, William Bill...

Filmmaker Ron Mann celebrates the life and art of Robert Altman, the genre-busting maverick filmmaker whose 50-year...

With sculptures in major cities around the world and millions of people enjoying his exhibitions annually, Fernando...

Casting agent Marion Dougherty had a knack for discovering and casting talent for landmark films - James Dean, Warren...

An evocative portrait of legendary Mexican singer Chavela Vargas - a queer icon who dared to dress, speak, sing and...

The extraordinary story and legacy of free-diver Jacques Mayol, whose life became the inspiration for Luc Besson's cult...

In the 50 years since he carved his first totem pole and saw it raised on Haida Gwaii, Robert Davidson has come to be...

Actress Mary Pickford soared to fame in the early days of silent film. When talking pictures made their appearance...

At 75, gospel/soul legend and civil rights icon Mavis Staples is making the most vital music of her career, and her...

Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy arrived in 1970s Los Angeles and built a multimillion-dollar donut empire that scared Dunkin'...

This intimate portrait explores the life of legendary dancer, director and choreographer Twyla Tharp, with a look at her...

Historians and First Nations Elders recount the near-mythic life of Tzouhalem, Chief of the Cowichan First Nation during...

In this intimate portrait of renowned Haida artist Bill Reid, Alanis Obomsawin weaves together voice recordings of her dear friend recounting episodes from his life including his complex childhood, his journey as an artist, and his profound connection to his homeland.

Metis composer, fiddle player and luthier John Arcand comes from a long line of musicians who trace their history to the Metis communities of Red River and Batoche.

Nuu-chah-nulth author and professor Charlotte Cote's journey has taken her from a small First Nations community on Vancouver Island to a career in television media and higher education.

Tla'amin actor and medical doctor Evan Adams has acted in dozens of television series and feature films. Despite the demands of two successful careers, he stays connected to his Tla'amin community.

Kwakwakwa'wakw filmmaker and entrepreneur Barb Cranmer found inspiration from her great-great-grandfather George Hunt and from the stories of 'Namgis Nation in northern Vancouver Island.

In this intimate portrait of renowned Haida artist Bill Reid, Alanis Obomsawin weaves together voice recordings of her dear friend recounting episodes from his life including his complex childhood, his journey as an artist, and his profound connection to his homeland.

This intimate portrait follows Sir David Attenborough's extraordinary life journey, from his boyhood as a fossil hunter to his groundbreaking nature documentaries and advocacy for the natural world.