This video explores the history of, differences in and future of on-street cycling infrastructure in the downtown cores of Canada’s two most populous cities: Toronto and Montreal. Released in July 2013.
Extreme Expeditions is about 6 adventurers whose extreme expedition films have screened at the Banff Mountain Film Festival. Showcased are climbers, B.A.S.E. jumpers, snowboarders, kayakers, cavers, and the host of the show Will Gadd, who climbed icebergs.
A story of love, honesty and integrity, this film about female-to-male transgender Mennonite Calvin Neufeld shows how strong a family can be when they love, care and listen to each other.
A short film about the ancient inland sea of the Canadian prairie and its connection to the disappearances of various old men in the small Saskatchewan town of Vanscoy. Main themes are loneliness, solitude and the cultural erosion of the emptying small towns of the vast prairie.
A young filmmaker explores her cultural identity through her experiences participating in Canada’s only remaining Centennial Project – the Caribana Parade.
A short experimental documentary by Paramita Nath looking at the contradiction between goddess worship and violence against women in India. Soon to be released.
In-Between is a story about Carrie Fry-Miller, a Church of the Brethren lesbian who lost her ministry license when she came out. Since this painful process, she has been questioning her place in the church.