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A Hero to Me delves into the glamorous and controversial life of First World War Flying Ace Billy Bishop. The documentary follows his granddaughter Diana Bishop as she explores the remarkable story of her family’s place in Canada’s war history, retracing her famous grandfather’s life and confronting the controversy that has tainted his war record and dogged his memory for decades.
Game Changers is a feature documentary that follows legendary quizmaster Alex Trebek on a personal journey through the world of television game shows. A familiar face to most viewers as the host of Jeopardy!, Trebek sets out to explore the influence of game shows and discover why they continue to endure as an integral part of our entertainment culture.
The Truth is in the Stars follows William Shatner, Star Trek’s original Captain Kirk, on his personal quest to discover the impact of Star Trek on space exploration, humanity and life itself.
This short film depicts how a small Canadian city, bearing the name of Stratford and by a river Avon, created its own renowned Shakespearean theatre. The film tells how the idea grew, how a famous British director, international stars and Canadian talent were recruited, and how the Stratford Shakespearean Festival finally became a triumphant reality.
A Life in Stages provides a window into the remarkable career of Des McAnuff, one of the theatre’s most prolific and versatile artists. The director of such hits as Jersey Boys, The Who’s Tommy and Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays, and recognized for his artistic leadership of La Jolla Playhouse in California and the Stratford Festival, Des is also an accomplished writer and musician who began his career writing plays and composing scores.
Lawren Harris is an artist of international stature, a giant of Canadian culture, a founder of the Group of Seven and leader in the emergence of Canada’s most famous school of painting. Our northern wilderness landscapes of tangled and brilliant colour, wide blue expanses of lake and sky, majestic arctic icebergs and expansive mountain vistas were captured by Harris in masterpieces that have become icons of Canada’s visual identity.
Produced by White Pine Pictures & Solemn Land Productions in association with TVO, documentary, YES TV and the OMDC in collaboration with The McMichael Collection of Canadian Art The Art Gallery of Ontario, The National Gallery of Canada The NORDIK Institute at Algoma University with the participation of The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation, Tourism Ontario, the Bell Fund, OMDC and the Canada Media Fund Developed with the assistance of TVO, Super Channel, OMDC.
July 8, 2022 is the 105th anniversary of the mysterious death of Tom Thomson, one of Canada’s most beloved painters. Join us for a screening of the film which includes access to bonus content that includes a discussion with the director and an expert on Tom Thomson.