Photographer and film director Harry Hook, who grew up in Sudan and Kenya, has been documenting life in Africa for the past 40 years. He uses his images to tell a personal story as he visits remote tribal groups.
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Bill Cunningham New York
“We all get dressed for Bill,” says Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The “Bill” in question is New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham. For decades, this bike-riding...
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.
Tusarnituuq!: Nagano in the Land of the Inuit
In September 2008, the Montreal Symphonic Orchestra embarked on its first ever tour of the Canadian Arctic. Led by conductor Kent Nagano,...
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...
The Many Lovers of Jane Austen
Professor Amanda Vickery, one of the leading chroniclers of Georgian England, considers why Jane Austen’s books continue to delight, amuse, console and provoke.
How the Devil Got His Horns: A Diabolical Tale
There is no description of the devil’s appearance in the Bible, so where did the familiar red, horned and tailed figure come from? Art...
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...