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 demolition, even this opinionated and uncompromising woman knew she needed help. Director Tamar Tal captures the heart-wrenching, humourous journey of Miriam and her grandson, Ben, as they join forces to save the shop and its nearly one million negatives that document Israel’s defining moments.
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Billy Bishop Goes to War
Inspired by the life of legendary flying ace Billy Bishop, Canadian acting legend Eric Peterson and award-winning writer/composer John Gray reprise their iconic two-man...
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...
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...
Snapshot: The Art of Photography
This six-part series showcases innovative Canadian photographers from across the creative spectrum.
I Am Not A Rock Star
What happens to child prodigies when they grow up? Since the age of five, Marika Bournaki has been focused on becoming a world-class pianist. This candid documentary follows...
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...
Bloody and brutal, the Crusades were meant to be the religious wars to end all others. Except they didn’t, and in modern times, their history has been hijacked by politics and religious...