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 nearly all Japanese-Canadians. The stories from four generations come to life through documentary footage and animation.
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Less than 15 Nuxalk language speakers and storytellers remain in Bella Coola, BC. Filmmaker Banchi Hanuse goes on a quest to capture the true meaning and value of these oral traditions.
Emergency Room: Life and Death at VGH
Accidents and emergency don't know it's the holiday season. In these two special episodes of Emergency Room: Life and Death at VGH, viewers are invited...
Oil Sands Karaoke
Fort McMurray is at the centre of a new gold rush. Thousands of men and women have been drawn to the northern boomtown with the promise of high-paying jobs in one of the most...
Just Eat It
"Dining out" takes on a whole new meaning in Just Eat It. After seeing how much of our food is wasted, Grant Baldwin and Jen Rustemeyer, whose previous film The Clean Bin Project followed...
Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World
Director Charles Wilkinson’s film explores the breathtakingly beautiful archipelago off BC’s northwest coast - home to a dedicated community uniting to...
Our First Voices
With the help of her grandmother, a young mother composes a lullaby to her baby in Halq'eméylem, and at the Chief Atahm School in Adams Lake, children learn math in the Secwepemctsin...
On the Trail of the Far Fur Country
In 1919, a film crew set out on an epic journey across northern Canada to capture the fur trade in a silent feature documentary. Rediscovering the...