"En juin 1964, le cinéaste Gilles Groulx se rend au New Jersey pour rencontrer le musicien jazz John Coltrane. La suite appartient à l’Histoire."
"Mary was a Mohawk woman from Kahnawake, the same community that I'm from. She is one of the key women to challenge discrimination against Indigenous women in Canada's Indian Act." Mohawk filmmaker Courtney Montour describes her new documentary on Mary Two-Axe Earley, whose fight for the rights of First Nations women made her a pivotal figure in Canada’s women’s rights movement.
The new mobile experience Far Away From Far Away takes us to the eastern edge of Canada, on Fogo Island. Meet Creative Directors Bruce Alcock and Jeremy Mendes, who discuss interactive storytelling, the Fogo Process and why they decided to shoot on the iPhone.
"It’s like a gift exchange. People give us a small part of themselves, and in return we give them an experience that's truly different and unique.” With Motto, director Vincent Morisset and author Sean Michaels have developed an innovative new way to tell a story on your phone. Now, it's your turn to add to the narrative."
"The more Inuit filmmakers we have out there telling stories about Inuit, the more that we can see ourselves reflected back in the media, the more that we can feel that we have the power to tell our stories too." Meet Ossie Michelin and Jennie Williams, two Inuit filmmakers who have decided to share unique stories and traditions from the Labrador Inuit.
What does the collaboration between a voice actor and director look like for an animated film? Actor Rossif Sutherland and filmmaker Theodore Ushev talk about the intimacy required to animate life into The Physics of Sorrow.