Sandy’s Blue Box is like a tickle trunk of toys and gadgets, an ever-growing record of his ingenuity and inventiveness.
School Program Grade 4 to 6 2012
Students from Regent Park Focus present their own daytime talk show that has a new spin on how to deal with familial frustrations.
How are we defined? Is it through the eyes of others or is it ultimately how we see ourselves? The Mark explores these questions through richly textured animation.
What make a person beautiful? How does the media define beauty? This uplifting documentary features a range of young women explaining what beauty means to them.
Greenwood Secondary School is a microcosm of Toronto, with many languages, cultures and countries represented by its students. This film is a collage of their stories and impressions of their new home.
A young girl desperate to attend a school trip lies to her father, who does not see the benefit of study outside the library.
The Joy of Living is a student-produced documentary that follows a young boy who keeps a menagerie of well-loved pets to help him avoid the suicidal thoughts which enter his mind.
A man with a high-stress, throwaway lifestyle lives next door to a couple of easygoing hoarders. Will this ecological culture clash result in conflict or better ways of living together?