REDUX: classic films that deserve another outing on the big screen. Presented in partnership with Documentary Organization of Canada. Sponsored by Encore+, by the Canada Media Fund.
All The Time In The World
The filmmaker's family of five uproots to live in a remote corner of the Yukon for nine months as they pursue true connection and freedom from the structure of time.
This prescient doc examines the phenomenon of the corporation—a relatively new human invention that has become "all-pervasive, like the church, the monarchy and the communist party."
DEATH BY POPCORN: THE TRAGEDY OF THE WINNIPEG JETS
You don't need to be a hockey fan to appreciate this found-footage doc on the downfall of the ill-fated Winnipeg Jets. It's a post-mortem as heartbreaking as it is hilarious.
Exploring the provocative and subtly political work of Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, whose complex artistic practice throws industrial wastelands and urban decay into beautiful relief.
Featuring past and present leading voices from Atlantic Canada, showcasing the techniques by which fimmakers have explored the lives and landscapes of the east coast.
An interrogation of how an Igloolik performer came to die in RCMP custody in 2012, one flashpoint death is set against a broader exploration of Nunavut's alarmingly high rates of suicide.
Director Michka Saäl explores her relationship with an incarcerated American writer serving a life sentence.
TWO WORLDS COLLIDING
In January 2000, two police officers leave an Indigenous man to die, stranded in -20°C temperatures. He survives—but a grisly pattern emerges.