SYNOPSIS Violence doesn't happen here. Until it does. The residents of a small Canadian town deal with the aftermath of a devastating mass shooting.
WHAT A drama that considers various perspectives of those involved – from victims and community members to police, journalists, and the shooter's family.
WHY Louis Choquette received a Canadian Screen Award for directing his previous series 19-2.
SYNOPSIS They didn't mean to become hardened criminals or murders, they just wanted to fix their marriages while the kids were away at summer camp.
WHAT Quebec's most infamous crime gang of the 1970s were the folks next door.
WHY As the crimes get worse, the 1970s fashion gets better.
SYNOPSIS A fictionalized look at three people's lives in the timeframe leading up to a university shooting that rocked Montreal in 1989.
WHAT Inspired by the real-life incident that took place at Montreal's École Polytechnique.
WHY Winner of 17 film awards.
Thomas Haden Church stars as Bruce, a snowplow driver. Bruce befriends Paul, whose seemingly warm presence is revealed as a mask for his more sinister side. Bruce learns the truth while on the run from the law through the Canadian wilderness.
Coming of age is hard enough as it is, but in Iran it’s dictated by strict rules. Ava will have to find her place in the world while navigating family hypocrisy, defying social norms, and facing constant reminders to follow traditions.
High above Central Havana is a community of rooftop dwellers who have been forced upwards due to the city’s chronic housing shortage. In Pedro Ruiz’s visually mesmerizing film, these unique residents reflect on life in a society amid transformation.