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Discover some of the best and brightest homegrown docs from the last five years, as told by world-class Canadian filmmakers.

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Because We Are Girls

  • Canada
  • 85
    Director:
  • Baljit Sangra
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Three Indo-Canadian sisters from small-town British Columbia decide to come forward with a devastating family secret and confront the cousin who abused them as children.

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Birth of a Family

  • Canada
  • 79
    Director:
  • Tasha Hubbard
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Over several decades, at least 20,000 Indigenous children were forcibly taken from their homes in Canada and adopted out to non-Indigenous families. In this powerful film from acclaimed director Tasha Hubbard, four siblings come together for the first time to build the family ties they were once denied.

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First We Eat

  • Canada
  • 102
    Director:
  • Suzanne Crocker
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Putting food security to the test in Yukon, filmmaker Suzanne Crocker bans all store-bought groceries from her house in a year-long adventure in farming, fishing and foraging complicated by three skeptical teenagers, no caffeine and -40° temperatures.

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Love, Scott

  • Canada
  • 76
    Director:
  • Laura Marie Wayne
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After a young gay musician is viciously attacked in Halifax and left paralyzed, his best friend captures his brave and precarious recovery, offering a touching window into trauma and transformation and an urgent meditation on the queer experience.

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Unarmed Verses

  • Canada
  • 85
    Director:
  • Charles Officer
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12-year old Francine Valentine uses creative expression to help endure struggles as her family faces eviction from their Toronto home in this award-winning festival hit from director Charles Officer.

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