Yesterday, I found the address of my abuser in the memory of my phone. I have no name, I have no face, I only have his address.
After getting rejected from film festivals, a filmmaker reconstructs his deeply personal film into a magical-realist meditation on generational trauma and coping with demons of the past and present.
Jeremy Coon, Steve Kozak
The story of the making of THE STAR WARS HOLIDAY SPECIAL, the infamous 1978 made-for-TV variety special monstrosity that's so bad even Jar Jar Binks would be embarrassed to be seen in it.
Catherine Côté-Moisescu, Jeremy Glavac
"Serial Encounters" is a series of mini-documentaries about our favorite serial killers. Today, we pay a visit to Jason Voorhees to find out what the star of the '80s has been up to after his resounding su...
Jo-Ann, a 57-year-old bartender, wants to be a singer and actress. Oscillating between spectacular and intimate, between extra and ordinary, Jo-Ann uses her daily life to stage her dream role.
The Furry community is made up of people who use drawing and costumes to bring animal characters with human characteristics to life. “Fursona” depicts the universe of Aly, a member of this community.
Sean Horlor, Steve J. Adams
The “Satanic Panic” craze took the world by storm during the ’80s and ’90s, but who knew it started in Canada — the home of the good — and would leave such an enduring mark on pop culture?
At the sound of cardboard being cut, Annette remembers the first time she cut out animal silhouettes and passes on this talent to her daughter Katia.
Ever since 1951, a particular scream has been heard over and over again in movies, and filmmakers like Ron Howard, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson, Quentin Tarantino and countless others have...
Francis has been living in his apartment for several years. However, his world quickly falls apart has he learns that he has five minutes to leave his apartment and pack his belongings.
Todd Max Carey
A documentary painting a detailed portrait of fans of BDSM, fetishism and other forms of kink, through a series of encounters that shed light on this discreet, often misrepresented community.
Transgender musician Samuel Leblanc crosses Acadia on a quest for identity that is as personal as it is cultural, in this hybrid documentary/musical, inspired by the music of Angèle Arsenault.