What's it like to be a child in war - not when the conflict is raging, but when kids are telling stories or playing games? In this dream-like documentary, filmmaker Mark Cousins hands out digital video cameras to the children of a Kurdish-Iraqi village and asks them to make their own movies, with wondrous results. Knowledge commission.
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Fallen City follows survivors of the deadly 2008 Sichuan earthquake. Zeroing in on three shattered families, filmmaker Zhao Qi explores their inner lives with patience and compassion. While...
Flavour and Affinity
The Jin Cheng restaurant in China's Chao region has a reputation for excellence due to its 'Chao' specialties.
The Secret of the Roast Pigeon
Mr. Jiu possesses a famous recipe for making roasted pigeon that he would happily pass to his son if his son expressed any interest at all.
The Backward Class
The first class of Dalit ('untouchable') caste students, in India's history, undertake the national ISC high school graduation exams as a means to a brighter future for themselves,...
The Yangtze River's Green Sailors
Descending from a long line of fishermen on the Yangtze River, Liu Gujun had to redefine his professional career when the construction of the famous Three...
C.D. Hoy: Portraits From the Frontier
This fascinating documentary traces the life and work of C.D. Hoy, one of Canada's most famous early photographers. This extraordinary story traces Hoy...
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...