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League of Exotique Dancers

League of Exotique Dancers is an intimate, character-driven film that looks into vintage burlesque's world of fun, frolic and feathers.

NO PLACE TO HIDE: The Rehtaeh Parsons Story

The far-reaching effects of cyberbullying, rape culture and victim blaming – all borne by one girl, Rehtaeh Parsons.

The Market

A slum in Chennai, India. Home of the discarded, the starving - and now, also the home of a desperate tsunami refugee camp, on the outskirts of an indifferent city. Out here, survival means selling a kidney.

My Life With Me

The sorry state of romance in the Big City is a topic that is hashed and rehashed in any singles bar and pub you walk into. Aside from work, it's the number one source of alcohol-fueled conversation. In this age of instant gratification, consumerism seems to have reached human relationships - especially love.

A Day In The Life Of Vij's

The New York Times has called it "one of the best Indian restaurants in the world". Celebrities like Hugh Jackman, Hilary Swank, Jessica Alba and Sarah McLachlan are regulars when they are in town, and chef Jamie Oliver and Indian culinary classicist Madhur Jaffrey have been spotted here.

Losing My Religion

Rama Rau's deeply personal and revealing documentary explores the connections between faith and religious tensions today, weaving together the stories of three Canadians: A firebrand Muslim woman, a devout Sikh boxer and a staunch Indian Catholic who questions his faith's dark history to such an extent that he decides to convert to Hinduism.

Fingers Of Fire

Indian Classical music meets Modern Jazz. Intense discipline collides with exuberance. Passion meets perfection. 'FINGERS OF FIRE' is a one hour documentary that explores the highs and lows of Vineet Vyas, a young and very talented East Indian Canadian tabla player who is on his way to international fame.

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