There are only eight countries in the world that allow women to fight in frontline combat, and Canada is one of them. Filmmaker Beth Freeman tells the story of three remarkable women who have chosen the most difficult and dangerous military professions and are fighting in combat on the battlefronts of Afghanistan. These women share their stories from a uniquely female perspective, challenging our perception of what constitutes a soldier. Knowledge commission.
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High Five: A Suburban Adoption Saga
Cathy and Martin Ward of Surrey, BC, fight to adopt five siblings, ages six to nineteen, from a remote Ukrainian orphanage. They succeed, but the adoption...
First Comes Love
Single at age forty-one, filmmaker Nina Davenport decides to have a baby on her own, despite the odds stacked against her or the extra hurdles of living in New York City.
Follows a Canadian filmmaker throughout Asia as she examines her 73-year-old father's romantic relationship with a 23-year-old woman from the Philippines.
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
The stories of ordinary people who played extraordinary roles in the building of our province.
Turkish soap operas are enormously popular, conquering the hearts of millions of viewers in the Middle East, North Africa, the Balkans and Asia. From the lavish production sets of the most popular...
From a group of young Chilean rappers who fuse their Mapuche musical heritage with modern urban beats to a Mi’kmaq spiritual healer using traditional methods to battle social ills,...
Men Who Swim
A humorous and poignant look at a group of middle-aged men who have found unlikely success as members of Swedens all-male synchronized swimming team.