The treacherous hills of North Vancouver are no match for a group of extreme racers: homeless men who hurtle down the asphalt slopes on shopping carts, their bottle-picking finds stashed inside. Life on the streets is tough, but they share a unique brotherhood, bonded by the thrill of riding a shopping cart faster than it was ever meant to go.
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Take Me Home
What does home mean to you? For each person, it’s different and so personal - in the backyard, on stage, in Tofino, in the kitchen, or wherever family is. In Take Me Home, Knowledge...
Just Eat It
“Dining out” takes on a whole new meaning in Just Eat It. After seeing how much of our food is wasted, Grant Baldwin and Jen Rustemeyer, whose previous film The Clean Bin Project followed...
The Super-Rich and Us
Never before has money been so polarized in Britain: the richest 85 people now own more than half of the world’s population. In this two-part series, Peretti investigates what...
How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth?
Our population is growing and could exceed 9 billion within the next four decades. With 400,000 people born every day, how many people can live on...
First Comes Love
Single at age forty-one, filmmaker Nina Davenport decides to have a baby on her own, despite the odds stacked against her or the extra hurdles of living in New York City.
Filmmaker Shelley Saywell and singer and activist Lorraine Segato document the music and stories of those living on the margins of society and bare their souls through their songs on the...
Anti - Social Limited
Follows charismatic and streetwise Chris Hoard, a former drug dealer who wants to turn his life around by starting a construction company.
The Men Who Made Us Spend
Why do we buy what we buy? In this three-part series, Peretti investigates how our world of rampant consumerism was created. He explores the origins of planned...