Confirmed Movies

Please Bring Your Guitar – 51 Minutes – Canada

Please Bring Your Guitar” portrays the life of the late Manitoba country western singer and yodeler Russ Gurr through the eyes of his granddaughter.

It is a tribute to those who answer a calling and follow their hearts.

Sawmill Boys & Alex Kippan

The sawmill boys were the men who plied their trade at various sawmills that included the Kippan’s Mill location within Riding Mountain National Park.

Reunion Of The Giants

It has been 50 years since two Avro Lancaster bombers flew side by side. The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Avro Lancaster, VeRA, flew from Hamilton, Ontario to meet her British counterpart, Thumper—the only other surviving flight worthy Lancaster bomber in the world—the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s (BBMF) Lancaster in England.

REUNION OF GIANTS documents this historic mission as it unfolds, through the eyes of the flight crews, veterans, friends and family—all part of the bombers’ history, including this new chapter as VeRA crosses the Atlantic.

I Was Born There – 14 Minutes – Canada

I Was Born There powerfully illustrates the experience of visiting the park and explores the cultural significance of this special place.

Completely unscripted but beautifully expressive, the film features the stories and experiences of real visitors to the park and is grounded in the voices of Inuit who have lived in, and traveled on, the lands of the park for generations.

Sri Racha

An anthem for Sriracha lovers.

Hold On – Austin McKay

Hold On is a short film about two strangers and how they find purpose, clarity, and connection in life before it’s too late.

Freedom Chair

Josh Dueck was an aspiring skier and coach until a ski accident in 2004 changed his life for good.

After coming to the realization that he would never walk again, Josh made a conscious decision to make the best of a terrible situation. Within 1 year he was back on snow doing what he loved, and shortly after, his determination took him to the top of the podium in the sport of Sit-skiing.

Despite his success in the world of competitive skiing, he wasn’t satisfied as a skier. Josh’s dream is to tackle the backcountry, and the steepest and wildest mountains in the world. In ‘The Freedom Chair’, it’s a dream fulfilled.

Bacon and Gods Wrath

A short doc following an elderly Jewish woman as she tries bacon for the first time.

The Women Who Saw The Bear

Since 1980, Lucille Côté has lived in Laterrière, surrounded by more than 250 animals. With a silver mane and candid demeanor, Lucille practices a craft that has long been the exclusive domain of men: Taxidermy.

Through various contemplative and country-flavoured tableaux, we meet a particular breed of taxidermist, living outside of the digital age, with enough skills to get by in the woods without a compass or a frying pan.


At 90 years old, former Ice-Capades star Yvonne Dowlen was still ice skating competitively and at the rink at least five days a week. Edges is a celebration of a long life lived well.


14-year-old Laura Dekker sets out on a two-year voyage in pursuit of her dream to become the youngest person ever to sail around the world alone.


“SHIFT” is a half-hour documentary about the aboriginal youth from Carcross, Yukon who have converted traditional trails around their community into a world-class mountain biking destination – and transformed themselves along the way.