Reel Asian Film Festival showcases films from across Asia. Bobby Sharma meets artist/filmmaker Randall Okita, who literally set himself on fire for his film. Bobby also sits down with Director Elisa Paloschi from Driving with Selvi, and the star Selvi. Meet Programming Director Aram Collier to find out about their latest projects coming out of Reel Asian Film Festival.
Unseen Toronto explores the city’s hidden secrets and reveals cool, rarely seen spaces that are typically off-limits to the public. Step inside a haunted clock tower, visit a secret cemetery, and walk underneath our city.
Spur provides opportunities for people to debate topics or issues that may be provocative, informative, infuriating or just plain fun. Explore what could potentially make Toronto a better city.
Cirque du Soleil presents the cinematographic adaptation of TORUK – The First Flight, a multimedia experience inspired by James Cameron’s Avatar and imagined by Cirque du Soleil. Filmed in Montreal in December 2015 at the worldwide premiere.
Meet five strong individuals who see and use dance not only as an art form, but as a way to live after immigrating to the country, a way to connect with others around them, and as a way to express their inner desires in a safe environment.
For these women, food is used as a way to evoke memories of home, share their culture, and feel connected to the people around them. Hear their stories, and how they have adapted to living life here in our city after immigrating from their country.
Sex is often a forbidden topic between parents and children in the South Asian community. In 2015, Ontario proposed changes to its sex education curriculum. Take a look at the issue from inside that community.
Take a scenic ride on a longboard. What began as a relaxing way for Amie to get to class while enjoying the outdoors, turned into the discovery of the Longboard Girls Crew. Take a look inside their world.
Host Kelly Michael Stewart introduces you to the people behind the horror and thriller films from the Blood In The Snow Film Festival. Find out how they got in the industry, and why they love it so much.
Take a walk and unwind with Ottawander – a beautiful and meditative exploration of the National Capital. Drift through Ottawa’s most significant streets and absorb the city’s best kept secrets with the help of an invisible tour guide. Set to inventive and atmospheric contemporary local music.
After a horrific summer in 2005, it came to Moshe Hammer to start The Hammer Band, turning violence into violins, giving children the joy of music and teaching them life skills.
Get to know a few very inspirational women who stand up for what they believe in, and make their voices heard through the art of graffiti.