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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A tattered envelope of their Dad’s old photos leads Canadian brothers on an adventure in photography, memory, and culpability in the war torn African country of their childhood.
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.
Take Me Home
What does home mean to you? For each person, its different and so personal - in the backyard, on stage, in Tofino, in the kitchen, or wherever family is. In Take Me Home, Knowledge Network...
The Super-Rich and Us
Never before has money been so polarized in Britain: the richest 85 people now own more than half of the world’s population. In this two-part series, Peretti investigates what ...
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
This extraordinary three-part series shares the amazing stories of workers, industries and events spanning three centuries of...
The Battery Man
Meet a man whose life was changed by electricity: an extraordinary person who can fry a hot dog with bare hands in an attempt to become the first human laser.
Jingle Bell Rocks!
A pop culture pilgrimage into the odd and irreverent universe of alternative and underground Christmas music, featuring an eclectic cast of collectors, critics, musicians and songs.