• Moosemeat & Marmalade

    Moosemeat & Marmalade brings contrasting chefs together in an informative and highly entertaining exploration of culture, culinary traditions and really good food.

  • Taking Back the Years

    In India, Mr. Patel attempts to defy aging through the rigorous 4000 year old, practice of Kaya Kalpa while Western filmmaker Hilary Pryor attempts her own 90 day regime.

  • The Blue Realm

    Sharks, lionfish and explosions – oh my! The Blue Realm gets up close and personal with amazing undersea animals, taking you on extraordinary journeys of aquatic discovery.

  • Tiga Talk!

    In this charming preschool series, Tiga the wolf pup, Gertie the Gopher and Gavin the Goose are stuffed toys who live with Jodie and Jason, their Dad and grandmother, Kokum.

  • Life Renewed

    A 2×60 documentary series that explores the religious ceremonies and secular practice that signal a rebirth of faith, opportunity and hope.

  • Gone Wild

    Filmmaker and animal advocate Erin Skillen ventures around the globe to meet pets and other domesticated animals that have created feral populations in unexpected places.

  • Mr. Right is Stuck in Traffic

    Is Mr. Right sabotaging your love life? Mr. Right is Stuck in Traffic light-heartedly investigates the impact “chick flicks” and “chick lit” have on real-life love.

  • The Lacandon Maya

    Interweaving past and present, The Lacandon Maya tells the story of an isolated community in Mexico catapulted into civilization within the space of one generation.

  • The Fires That Burn – The Life and Work of Sister Elaine MacInnes

    The Fires That Burn explores the extraordinary life and work of Sister Elaine MacInnes, and takes us on a guided quest that retreads her life path and reveals her spiritual journey.

  • Checklist: A Measure of Evil

    This intriguing documentary investigates the phenomenon of the psychopath and how they are identified. It looks at who these people are, how they impact the public, and the steps being taken to control the havoc they wreak.

  • Croon

    Love blooms between a woman in her mid-sixties and a man ten years her junior in this bittersweet romantic comedy about friendship, family crisis, bankruptcy, and the challenges of running a business.

  • Mama June: A Different Perspective on AIDS

    June Wilson, a seventy-four year old, middle-class doctor’s widow with HIV returns to her beloved Kasulu, Western Tanzania to try to break through the prejudice and denial that underlies the terrifying AIDS epidemic in Africa.

  • To Free the Slaves

    To Free the Slaves looks at ordinary men and women in four different countries who are determined to bring an end to the suffering of the weak caused by the economic concerns of the powerful.

  • Crimes of Compassion

    The Vancouver Island Compassion Society (VICS) was established to provide affordable, medical-grade cannabis to people with degenerative illnesses. But all this changed when the storefront was raided by the police.

  • Big Dance

    Big Dance tells the story of dance trainer Lynda Raino’s modern dance troupe of large women from Victoria, British Columbia.

  • Smudge

    Cindy, a young woman with Down Syndrome, finds a puppy and attempts to smuggle him into her group home.


  • Tiga Talk! Campfire Adventure

    The Tiga Talk! Campfire Adventure is an interactive storybook that’s a fun way for kids to learn and improve their speech and language skills.

  • Tiga Talk! Speech Therapy Games

    Tiga Talk! Speech Therapy Games is a one-of-a-kind iPhone app developed with licensed speech and language pathologists to help young children learn how to make phonetic sounds.

  • is a fun destination for preschoolers and adults alike. Play some games, watch episodes or learn how to make a craft – you’ll find all things Tiga here!