Award-winning documentary by Charles Wilkinson and Tina Schliessler shares the stories of eight street dwellers struggling to survive in the hostile and toxic environment of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. One-on-one conversations, filmed with dignity in a quiet and safe environment, are combined with images of the street to create an intimate portrait of people living on the fringes of society.
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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...
Monster Quake: Will We Survive?
The damage inflicted by Chile's massive 8.8 magnitude earthquake in 2010 was a wake-up call. What would happen if a similar earthquake were to hit Seattle,...
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
The stories of ordinary people who played extraordinary roles in the building of our province.
Monster Quake: Are We Next?
Since 2004, a series of rare super-earthquakes has been sweeping the Pacific Rim; among them, the earthquake that triggered the Japanese tsunami - 15 times bigger than...
Dreamers and Dissidents
The rugged beauty of the Kootenays, with its snow-capped peaks, verdant valleys and shimmering lakes, has long lured those who dared to dream big and defy conventions. Drawn...
The Story of the Coast Salish Knitters
Combining the ancient wool-working traditions of the Coast Salish people and knitting techniques of English and Scottish settlers, Cowichan sweaters...
A unique population of mountain goats live where few other creatures dare, along the vertical walls of Canada’s "Grand Canyon" in northwestern BC.
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...