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Boys of Buchenwald 01
History

2002 | 1 x 60 min

A "gentle rekindling of the human spirit" brought child survivors of the Buchenwald concentration camp out of despair and moved them to create remarkable lives for themselves.

Singles 03
Slice

2002 | 13 x 30 min

Follow 11 hip singles who cover a wide spectrum of life and lifestyles as they work, play, date and dream during four beautiful summer months in Vancouver.

On Wings and Dreams 01
Global

2002 | 1 x 60 min

For almost twenty years, Grant McConachie and Gordon McGregor fought each other for control of the skies over Canada.

Celluloid Dreams 04
IFC

2002 | 1 x 60 min

Celluloid Dreams takes a trip into the wonderful and weird worlds of fantasy, nightmare and adult fairy tale...where intuition and pure imagination run wild.

Indie Truth 04
IFC

2002 | 1 x 60 min

From cinema verité to the digital revolution of today, Indie Exposed takes a keen look inside documentaries with some of the world's most accomplished filmmakers.

Chasing the Cure 01
Discovery Health

2002 | 4 x 60 min

You've seen the headlines: "Vancouver lab discovers gene controlling good cholesterol," "Adult stem cells provide hope for spinal cord injuries," "Bovine vaccination may prevent e-coli outbreaks." Behind each headline is a team of researchers, led by a remarkable Canadian who has spent years chasing the cure.

To Love Honour and Obey 01
CTV

2001 | 1 x 60 min

The tragic and beautiful story of a young Sikh woman from Canada who was murdered for marrying the wrong man.

Titans 01
Global

2001 | 4 x 60 min

In 1998, veteran Canadian author, Peter C. Newman came out with the third of his best selling books on the Canadian Establishment: Titans - a colourful and controversial tome that chronicles the demise of the Old Establishment and the formation of a new brand of men and women who now run Canada's economy.

Forced March to Freedom 01
History

2001 | 1 x 60 min

At the end of the Second World War, ten thousand prisoners of war anticipated liberation courtesy of the advancing Russian Red Army. The Nazis dashed these hopes.

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