When I Walk
In 2006, 25-year-old Vancouver filmmaker Jason DaSilva was on vacation at the beach when, suddenly, he fell down. He couldn’t get back up. His disease - multiple sclerosis, diagnosed just a few months earlier - could no longer be ignored. MS might stop him from walking, but it couldn't stop him from doing what he loved. Jason picked up his camera, turned it on his declining body, and set out on a worldwide journey in search of healing, self-discovery and love. Jason's Emmy-winning documentary is an emotional, life-affirming film driven by his determination to survive - and to make sense of a devastating disease through the art of cinema.
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The Backward Class
The first class of Dalit ('untouchable') caste students, in India's history, undertake the national ISC high school graduation exams as a means to a brighter future for themselves,...
With a new baby and wife to support, out-of-work filmmaker Matt Gallagher tries his hand - and some would say “luck” - at playing poker for a living.
Revenge of the Electric Car
Follows the auto industry's high stakes race to build the next generation electric car. With behind-the-scenes access to GM, Nissan, Tesla Motors, and the visionaries...
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...
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...
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...
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.