Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara, the world’s most famous revolutionary was killed in October 1967, under mysterious circumstances. Today, 40 years later, his image is the twenty-first century’s best-selling icon anywhere. Yet his myth has lost nothing of its force. Was his disappearance an attempt to avoid the creation of a more powerful historical legend?
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The First World War
Universally acclaimed as one of the finest documentaries ever made about the Great War, this ten-part series is a powerful and comprehensive account of the conflict. It places the...
Queen Victoria's Letters: A Monarch Unveiled
Queen Victoria is too often misunderstood as the solid black-clad matron, stern and forbidding, yet her diaries and letters reveal a woman...
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
This extraordinary three-part series shares the amazing stories of workers, industries and events spanning three centuries of...
From C to C: Chinese Canadian Stories of Migration
Vancouver filmmaker Jordan Paterson spent two years crafting this moving documentary about the historical injustices faced by...
Last Days in Vietnam
During the final days of the Vietnam War, the U.S. had only a skeleton crew of diplomats and military operatives still in the country. With the clock ticking, a number of heroic...
Looking for Lowry
Chronicles the life and work of British artist L.S. Lowry, best known for his atmospheric urban and industrial landscapes.
Oscar Peterson: Keeping the Groove Alive
Perfectionist, practical joker, and one of the all-time greatest exponents of jazz, Oscar Peterson is unlike any music legend that ever was or ever...
Archaeologist Neil Oliver heads to the shore to explore stories of Australia’s magnificent coastline. Joined by a team of experts in...