Our Catalogue

A Place Called Shandro

  • An impressionistic documentary about the settlement of Alberta by Ukrainian immigrants and the slow disappearance of the rural communities they built. Winner of the Gold Remi at Houston WorldFest 2016.
  • 48 minutes
  • Available DVD
  • Available soon VOD

Konowal

  • The heroic story of Victoria Cross recipient Filip Konowal at the Battle of Hill 70 and the struggles he and other Veterans faced while returning from the Great War in 1919. Received a Platinum Remi at Houston Worldfest 2017.
  • 46 minutes
  • Available soon DVD
  • Available soon VOD

Directions Home

  • After World War Two, this group of Canadian soldiers managed to save thousands of European refugees from Soviet repatriation and get them resettled in the West.
  • 48 minutes
  • Available DVD
  • Available soon VOD

Life Under Mike

  • With Mike Harris' Ontario as the backdrop, this documentary challenges the idea that free trade, small government and big corporate profits benefit society. Received a prestigious Media Human Rights Award in 2001.
  • 47 minutes
  • Available soon VOD
  • includes extras

Jajo's Secret

  • Filmmaker James Motluk discovers his grandfather was secretly interned by the Canadian government in 1915, along with thousands of other Ukrainians who had immigrated to the country.
  • 48 minutes
  • Available DVD
  • Available soon VOD

Whose University Is It?

  • A look at the dark influence of corporate funding on university campuses, using the story of Trent university as an example.
  • 48 minutes
  • Available DVD
  • Available soon VOD

Living in the Shadow

  • The story of a group of ordinary people who committed extraordinary acts of generosity in the aftermath of Chornobyl. With haunting original footage of the reactor taken by photographer Lu Taskey in 1992.
  • 48 minutes
  • Available DVD
  • Available soon VOD

Nasty Burgers

  • A low budget 90s cult classic about three hapless brothers who manage to make bad service hip. Hailed by critics as the best Renegade Film of 1993.
  • 70 minutes

A Gathering in Denendeh

  • A powerful, poignant look at the Dene Nation as they prepare for an historic visit by Pope John Paul II in 1984.
  • 60 minutes
  • Available soon on VOD