Children are the future, and their present experiences captured in these shorts demonstrate what that future might look like.
In this program
Daniel Fradin & Kyle Rosenbluth
A look at Tuktoyaktuk (Tuk), one of the northernmost towns in the world, capturing the Indigenous community during one of the last summers before climate change forced its coastal population to relocate to more habitable land.
At What Cost?
Following the deaths of several USC students, a film student befriends the editor of the school newspaper to investigate potential underlying causes of these tragedies and the impact they had on the rest of the university.
Thatch Elmer, a 14-year-old cowboy poet, has found the cultural practice to be a wellspring of strength, connection, and healing.
Eagles Rest in Liangshan
Inspired by Kobe Bryant's Mamba Mentality, a young man returns to coach the kids in his city of Liangshan, where basketball is so popular with the Yi minority that the center of town is not a park but a basketball court.
The Lord’s Day
To get over his Sunday boredom, a young Atikamekw spends time with friends, reminiscing about his dogs.