Uka is a little girl who lives in a grey abandoned factory. While she’s painting of of her canvas, she finds a way of changing how she sees the world.
A little girl befriends a hole in her garden, discovering that patience and a helping hand can make a big difference when you want something to grow.
For young Amelia, empowering herself will mean coming clean with what she’s hiding in her closet.
Awaskinawason is made up of the Atikamekw words awacic (child), aski (earth) and takonawason (having the responsibility for). An animated short calling on us to respect the great circle of life.
Princess Jack is a short documentary about an 11-year old boy with high-functioning autism, whose life is filled with make-believe. The film presents a vibrant world where fairy tales are real — and anyone can be a princess.
The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but one father learns the way to his son’s heart is just the same. A widower is left to care for his young son, who he struggles to connect with due to cultural differences. Rice Balls seem to be the answer and the much needed bridge between them.
Zachary Greenleaf, a young Mi’gmaq from Gesgapegiag, tries to reintroduce the «three sisters» (the traditional white corn, squash and beans used in Native gardens) in his community with the help of others youngs.