Cat Crazed is a fun and irreverent take on an important environmental story: the world’s unprecedented cat overpopulation crisis. The cat is the world’s most popular pet – and the most disposable.
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Even his friends describe him as cold, calculating, Machiavellian, unremorseful, unremitting…and absolutely charismatic. David McTaggart, the founder of Greenpeace International, was behind some of the greatest environmental victories of our time – including the banning of atmospheric nuclear testing, and the moratorium on commercial whaling.
The Bully’s Mark promises a disturbing look at a problem that all the anti-bullying programs on the planet have been unable to solve. Why are some kids bullies? Why are some kids targets? And why are so many of us silent bystanders?
Alexandra’s Echo is the story of a powerhouse of a woman, and of the delicate world she’s fighting to save. Alexandra Morton lives in paradise – remote Echo Bay in the Broughton Archipelago off the wild west coast of British Columbia, Canada. Alexandra fears that it will be paradise lost, if she cannot stem the relentless tide of industrial fish farms into the Broughton: “What’s the real price of cheap farmed fish? Nothing less than the destruction of the last temperate rain forest in the world.” The documentary follows Morton, one of the world’s foremost experts on killer whales, as she gathers evidence in her desperate crusade to save the wild Pacific salmon.
Leaving Bountiful is the story of systemic sexual abuse tolerated in the name of religious freedom: tolerated, and unwittingly subsidized, by the Canadian tax-payer. It is the story of a woman, raised from a tiny child inside this perverted value system, who still somehow finds the courage – and the clarity – to break free.
Grass roots Canadians are at the heart of a quiet revolution – couples working on “good” divorces, which acknowledge that the end of a marriage isn’t the end of a family. How to Divorce & Not Wreck the Kids takes viewers directly into the heart of one of life’s most emotionally devastating transitions. Three courageous Canadian couples end their marriages on camera – struggling to keep the needs of their children front and centre.
Polygamy’s Lost Boys follows three young men as they struggle to survive in a world they were raised to believe is wicked. The boys are members of the Fundamentalist Mormon Church, which holds as its core belief: the more wives a man has on earth, the higher the celestial ladder he climbs in heaven.
Mounties Under Fire, is a gripping journey into the heart of the RCMP during a period of profound crisis. Notorious for closing ranks, the Mounties open up to documentary cameras, revealing a painfully flawed organization fighting for its life.
Grass roots Canadians are at the heart of a quiet revolution – couples working on “good” divorces, which acknowledge that the end of a marriage isn’t the end of a family.