From cotton fields in northern China to a trade fair in the south where blue jeans are sold to buyers from around the world, filmmaker Zhou Hao documents the lives of those who work within the massive Chinese cotton industry.
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High Five: A Suburban Adoption Saga
Cathy and Martin Ward of Surrey, BC, fight to adopt five siblings, ages six to nineteen, from a remote Ukrainian orphanage. They succeed, but the adoption...
Architects of Change
Through Architects of Change, we've met men and women from around the world who have found new ways to achieve sustainable and lasting growth for humanity and our planet. Now,...
A tattered envelope of their Dad’s old photos leads Canadian brothers on an adventure in photography, memory, and culpability in the war torn African country of their childhood.
Why do a billion people still live in poverty worldwide, and what can be done to change this? A collection of films by independent filmmakers tackle the issue and pose challenging questions...
Eight octogenarian players with 703 years between them meet in Inner Mongolia for the World over-80s Table Tennis Championships. Among them: Terry, 81, who’s been given a week to live, but has...
One Big Hapa Family
BC filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns sets out to discover why everyone in his Japanese-Canadian family married interracially after his grandparents' generation a trend followed by...
Turkish soap operas are enormously popular, conquering the hearts of millions of viewers in the Middle East, North Africa, the Balkans and Asia. From the lavish production sets of the most popular...