For the Ottawa Senators Foundation, passion has no off-season. Game Changers profiles the people and programs making a difference in our city through the help of the NHL hockey club’s not-for-profit side. From mental health awareness campaigns to amateur sport initiatives around the city, this series profiles people who are transforming Ottawa one initiative at a time.
At Radical Rods, Rides, & Restorations, Gary Nicholls and his team save your classic cars giving them a renewed lease on life.
During the season, players from the Montreal Canadiens are driven from one place to another by Maxim Martin, the valet. Along the way the players experience a series of interesting moments off the beaten track. The valet does everything to bring about intimate interactions, that are funny, touching and surprising. During the trip, each player is posed with questions, games, improvisation, challenges, and planned or chance encounters. The players travel through their memories and aspirations as the valet tries everything to bring about genuine crazy moments.
Using money won through the CNIB lottery, Kate began to create 3D paintings that blind and partially sighted people could experience and enjoy, opening up a world of the arts to people who could not previously enjoy it.
It’s what makes the GTA a basketball hotbed. What produced two consecutive number one NBA draft picks. It’s the grassroots. It’s our Home Court advantage! This documentary series takes you behind the scenes to watch the athletes, coaches, and communities that pour their hearts and souls into the game. See tomorrow’s stars start their days with 5:00 am winter runs, battle the opposition on game day, and show us why Toronto is becoming a force in the basketball world.
Black Men Loving is a heart-warming that challenges racial assumptions and stereotypes often associated with Black fathers in the media. Through short intimate profiles with men from Regent Park and across Toronto, the film strives to share a new perspective on Black fathers, as they take on parenthood in full stride.
Noongom (Algonquin for "today") highlights the impact that a new generation of Aboriginal Peoples are making on the National Capital Region. Host Gabrielle Fayant showcases the work and creativity of Ottawa’s local Aboriginal youth, offering a fresh perspective that’s filled with humour and history. From large celebrations to homelessness, Noongom explores different cultures and stereotypes head-on to help people better understand what it means to be Aboriginal in Ottawa today.
For the first time, on TV1, viewers will be taken behind-the-scenes at TIFF as etalk’s hosts and producers give viewers a glimpse of all the behind-the-scenes action, and what it takes to cover one of the world’s biggest film festivals. From exclusive interviews to parties and red carpet events, this two-part documentary-style etalk Presents: TIFF 2015 special is available only on Fibe TV, channel 1.
Whether you’re on your own, in a group or with the family, there are many fun activities to do in town as host Jess Abran explains while she visits the different boroughs of Montreal and tells us about the interesting locations to visit in the city!
Some of the most internationally acclaimed and sought-out film directors’ hail from the province of Quebec and Montreal. The Reverse Angle is a television show made up of several videos that profiles Montreal’s budding and next-generation student filmmakers. It shares their filmmaking roots, journeys and inspirations, along with the experiences behind their work, in a conversational and intimate way. The Reverse Angle is made to showcase Montreal’s local film talent, as well as inspire and inform likeminded student filmmakers who are looking to relate to their peers and make their break into the student filmmaking scene.
This television series focus on Montreal’s artists that are new and established: the artist’s past, their current career and their future. We aim to understand where they came from and where they are going. It’s an opportunity to explore their universe: their team, their mentors and everything and everyone surrounding their musical endeavors.
Tired of talk shows filled with smiling over-achievers? Vincent Valentino uses his odd-ball sense of humour and impulse for honesty to interview some of the city’s most colourful characters. From small town business owners to small time crooks, Vincent’s approach is as unconventional as his guests. Many of these people are overcoming great odds to achieve modest success. Others are still looking for a way up… or a way out.