The connection between humanity and dogs goes back thousands of years. In the coldest and most remote places in Canada, dog sledding is a method of transportation still used today.
Director: Brad Sayeau
Runtime: 3 minutes
One man’s quest to have Canada’s largest war memorial erected in Green Cove, Cape Breton, is met with fervent responses from a community that’s divided on the issue.
Director: Craig Jackson
Runtime: 22 minutes
Meet Maurice Crosby
This short documentary celebrates the life of 90-year-old photographer Maurice Crosby, known for capturing the physical and cultural landscape of Canada's East Coast between the 1940s and 1990s.
Director: Lisa Rose Snow
Runtime: 8 minutes
Pictures Don’t Lie
Through his own words and illuminated with family photographs, JJ Van Bibber tells the story of his life in the Yukon Territory.
Director: Lulu Keating
Runtime: 20 minutes
Belle-Île-en-Mer, a Breton and Acadian Island
A group of Acadians from North America travel to Belle-Île-en-Mer in France, a community of the Acadian diaspora, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of their arrival.
Director: Phil Comeau
Runtime: 26 minutes
Sheldon Currie: A Cape Breton Writer
Sheldon Currie has published novels, short stories, and plays, all set in industrial Cape Breton. In this documentary, he recounts his upbringing and the importance of telling Atlantic Canadian stories.
Director: Charles Currie
Runtime: 7 minutes
Avon Ladies Rural Style
Avon Ladies shows the irony of a makeup company that became a top seller in Newfoundland in the 60’s, when most rural women didn’t even wear make up.
Director: Rhonda Buckley
Runtime: 18 minutes