Cave of Forgotten Dreams
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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In the small mountain town of Heber Springs, the eccentric Arkansas portrait photographer known as Mike Disfarmer captured the lives and emotions of the people of rural America during the two...
The Art of China
From exquisitely detailed porcelain vases and delicately inked scrolls to the powerful imagery of Communist-era paintings, China's art has expressed the spirit of the Chinese people -...
Patricia Routledge with Beatrix Potter
Join actress Patricia Routledge as she takes viewers through the life of one of the most well-known...
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
The stories of ordinary people who played extraordinary roles in the building of our province.
A Window Looking In
In A Window Looking In, directors Tara Hungerford and Eric Hogan profile 12 BC-based artists, among them writer William Gibson, photographer Fred Herzog and singer/songwriter...
Life in Stills
At the age of 96, Miriam Weissenstein never imagined that she would be facing a new chapter in her life. But when The Photo House - her late husband Rudi’s life’s work - was destined for...
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.