Filmmaker Attiya Khan meets with her ex-boyfriend Steve to find out if he is willing to take responsibility for his violence towards her. (Feature)
Filmmaker Attiya Khan meets with her ex-boyfriend Steve to find out if he is willing to take responsibility for his violence towards her.
Filmmaker Mitch Miyagawa examines whether government apologies can ever make amends.
In this fascinating series, journalist Afua Hirsch brings together historical insights, cultural heroes and extraordinary art, music and dance, to offer us a radically new vision of Africa and its culture.
Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei is a dissident for the digital age who inspires global audiences and blurs the boundaries of art and politics.
A booking is made with Airbnb or similar every two seconds. But behind the numbers and glossy websites is a darker side: nightmare tenants, fraudulent landlords and a legal system failing to keep up.
Despite just two albums to her name, the late British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse is one of the biggest musical icons in recent history.
Baby animals in three very different wild environments.
Anthropocene: The Human Epoch is a stunning cinematic meditation on humanity's massive reengineering of the planet.
A series of international scope, consisting entirely of archival images
Journey to the most remote Arctic landscapes, populated with animals and plants that have adapted to survive in the harsh climate.
In Ontario, 44% of those arrested eventually have their charges dropped, but the arrest and judicial process leave many with permanent damage. Toronto lawyer Davin Charney fights for the wrongly charged, demanding justice and compensation.
In Ontario, 44% of those arrested eventually have their charges dropped, but the arrest and judicial process leave many with permanent damage. Toronto lawyer Davin Charney fights for the wrongly charged, demanding justice and compensation.
Dr. Bendor Grosvenor and social historian Emma Dabiri delve into local museums and country houses to look for lost and hidden treasures. Together they discover the unique stories behind the paintings and restore them for public enjoyment.
Filmed in 1978, "The Art of the Possible" follows Ontario Premier Bill Davis in a revealing, behind-the-scenes look at political decision-making.
In this four-episode series, art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon explores one of the largest collections in the world.
In 2014, news broke that a giant fossil bone had been discovered in the Argentine desert. It was thought to belong to the biggest dinosaur to walk the Earth.
As Sir David Attenborough enters his 94th year, this film presents a portrait of the remarkable man behind the legend. Documenting his extraordinary life, it follows Attenborough's journey from his boyhood days as a fossil hunter and his early years