Productions

Lost Rivers

The past, present, and future of the world's lost urban rivers. > more

Mr. Crab

A child who both idolizes and is terrified by his father dives into the waters of Trinidad and his imagination to confront his fears. > more

Notes from the Kuerti Keyboard

A quirky short film featuring legendary Canadian pianist Anton Kuerti. > more

Kakalakkuvik (Where the Children Dwell)

An intimate first-person account of the Inuit experience of residential school. > more

Louisa’s Choice

The story of Louisa, an Inuit woman living with HIV. > more

Tusarnituuq! Nagano in the Land of the Inuit

The Orchestre symphonique de Montreal's first ever tour of the Canadian Arctic. > more

Umiaq Skin Boat

A group of Inuit elders build the first traditional seal skin boat their community has seen in over 50 years. > more

Kiviaq versus Canada

The astonishing life story of Kiviaq, Canada’s first Inuit lawyer. > more

SILA – An Educational Website

An educational website about Inuit culture. > more

Urban Inuk

The ups and downs of three Inuit living in the urban jungle of Montreal. > more

Grand Cru

Pascal Marchand, an aspiring poet from Montreal, arrived in the mythical land of Burgundy to work the harvest at age 21. Enchanted by the region, he settled there and embarked on an unlikely path to winemaking stardom. Now over 30 years later, he is renowned as an artist and innovator, finding his inspiration in the ancient winemaking techniques of the Cistercian monks who first planted vines in Burgundy almost a 1000 years ago. Shot over his most difficult year ever, the catastrophic 2016 season which saw devastating frosts, hailstorms and disease in the vineyards, the film is both a love letter and a cautionary tale, as winemakers like Pascal must face the unpredictable and destructive consequences of climate change.

Written & Directed by | David Eng
Produced by | Isabelle Couture, Katarina Soukup
With | Pascal Marchand
Director of Photography | Alex Margineanu
Editor | Dominique Sicotte
Original Music | Jean-Olivier Bégin
Sound | Cyril Bourseaux, Catherine Van Der Donckt, Benoît Dame

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