Iconic director Werner Herzog gained exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of Southern France, capturing the oldest visual art ever discovered. As torchlight illuminates the pristine and astonishingly realistic drawings of horses, cattle and lions, Herzog invites us to reflect on our primal desire to communicate and, ultimately, what it means to be human.
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She-Wolves: England's Early Queens
In Medieval and Tudor England there was no question in peoples' minds about the order of God's creation – men ruled and women didn't. Yet despite everything...
King George and Queen Mary: The Royals Who Rescued the Monarchy
George V could not have been a more unlikely modernizer. Born and brought up in the Victorian age, he was...
I Am Not A Rock Star
What happens to child prodigies when they grow up? Since the age of five, Marika Bournaki has been focused on becoming a world-class pianist. This candid documentary follows...
Canada Over the Edge
Take to the skies for a breathtaking view of British Columbia’s spectacular coast. From the rocky shores of Vancouver Island to the silt-laden mouth of the Fraser, over ancient...
West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson
Described as our “our Van Gogh”, Thomson's expressive and vibrant paintings of the northern landscape have become iconic representations of Canada. What...
A Joyful Noise
Held at St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, this concert combines the voices of two Vancouver Gospel choirs with special guests Jim Byrnes and The Sojourners.
Leaving the comforts of home far, far behind, a team of three head into the British countryside to experience the day-to-day life of Victorian farmers. Labouring a full year on the farm,...
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
The stories of ordinary people who played extraordinary roles in the building of our province.