Actress Kaiah Lucas goes for her audition casting call and is overcome with feelings and emotions while waiting to go in for her Audition.
A woman stumbles upon a severely injured stranger, the woman realizes she might be the only one that can save the stranger.
Settling in for a quiet evening at home, free-spirited Simone is surprised to hear a knock at her door. Two local cops tell Simone she has run afoul of the FLAG Act, a new law which prohibits the flying of “provocative” flags. Simone coolly defends her right to free speech, including the flying of a rainbow flag. The porch-side conflict escalates, and ultimately the more by-the-books officer is left perplexed as to how he winds up left holding the bag … or in this case, the pole.
A couple considers the past and future of their relationship in this summertime pop-rock music video. Animated in stop-motion using yarn, clay and wool elements,
A stubborn, creative boy escapes the disappointment of reality by venturing into his imagination in search of pirate treasure, alongside his loving mother.
Manufacturing the Threat
For the first time ever, a feature-length documentary is examining the issue of agent provocateurs and entrapment in Canada’s national security apparatus. Manufacturing the Threat is a thrilling and emotional film, which examines a deeply disturbing episode in Canadian history when an impoverished couple was coerced by undercover law enforcement agents into carrying out a terrorist bombing. Shining a light into the murky world of police infiltration, incitement, and agent provocateurs, the film shows how Canada’s policing and national security agencies, granted additional powers after 9/11, routinely break laws with little to no accountability or oversight.