Ali, a sensitive teenage boy, is the sole Palestinian-Israeli in a radical activist youth group. He is in love with Yael and plans on revealing his feelings towards her at the upcoming group meeting. When a series of political outbursts in the west bank occur, the group is lead towards a violent act. Ali, struggling to impress Yael, finds himself in a dangerous position.
Using wit and humour to resist communication of Indigenous oral culture, Awashish takes her lived experience and family wisdom to charm and challenge us with a story that can’t be told.
Reluctantly dragged to a house party, Toronto’s hottest social media celebrity tries to impress his friends with stories about his many girlfriends. In the process, he gets some humanity knocked into him.
A conversation with five women, hyphen-nation looks at what it means to be a black woman in Canada after growing up in a culturally-steeped home, both domestically and internationally, and how it influences one’s identity.
In 2012, transgender filmmaker Chase Joynt sat down with Benton (12), Madeleine (10) and Dexter (6) to talk about gender, puberty, school, and parents. Four years later, he revisited the kids to see what’s changed — but not before the kids flipped the camera on the adults to ask some questions of their own.
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.
Andy, a young Métis woman, encounters sweet grass for the first time.