Audiovisual Materials

2017

Crevier, Alain, Denis Roberge, Kim Chabot, Éric Le Reste, Benoît Ferradini. Philanthropes 2.0 / Injections et compassion. Reportage sur le centre d'injection supervisée de Vancouver. (Second Regard.) Montreal, QC: Société Radio-Canada, 2016. Available at:  https://curio.ca/fr/video/injections-et-compassion-entrevue-avec-martin-gray-8748/. 12 min, 44 sec.
 
Fazakas, LaTiesha Ti'si'tla, and Natalie Boll. Meet Beau Dick: Maker of Monsters. [Vancouver, BC]: Athene Films / Boot Dog Productions, 2017. 92 min.
 
Jasper, Rita. Moon Water. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2017. DVD. 90 min.
 
Renyard, Scott. Trial of an Iconic Species. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2017. DVD. 99 min.
 
Renyard, Scott. The Unofficial Trial of Alexandra Morton. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2017. DVD. 86 min.
 
Tailfeathers, Elle-Máijá. c'əsnaʔəm: The City before the City. [BC]: Musqueam First Nation / c̓əsnaʔəm, The City before the City Curatorial Team, 2017. 75 min.
Uhlmann, Tai, and Theo Angell. The End of the Road. [BC]: Cultural Waste Management, 2016. 114 min.
 
Wapeemuka, Wayne. Luk'Luk'I. [BC]: Sound & Colour, 2017. 90 min.

Mountain of SGaana, The. Christopher Auchter and Annie Reid. Vancouver, BC: National Film Board of Canada, 2017. DVD (10 min., 2 s.)

Pelq'ilc (Coming Home). Celia Haig-Brown and Helen Haig-Brown. Orangeville, ON: McIntyre Media, 2017. DVD (34 min.)

Vancouver: No Fixed Address. Directed by Charles Wilkinson; produced by Tina Schliessler and Kevin Eastwood. Vancouver, BC: [n.p.]. 2017. DVD (75 min.)

2016

La Balada del Oppenheimer Park: The Ballad of Oppenheimer Park. Written and directed by Manuel Sepúlveda; produced by Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía. [New York, NY]: Torch Films, 2016. DVD (70 min.)

Price of the Prize, The. Brandy Yanchyk. Edmonton, AB: Brandy Y Productions, 2016. DVD (45 min.)

Vaquero, 12: North of the Border Buckaroos. Filmed and produced by Susan Jensen and Paul Singer. Santa Barbara, CA: J & S Productions, 2016. DVD (103 min.)

Whatever the Cost: Hatley Park and the Dunsmuirs. Written by Heather MacAndrew. Victoria, BC: Royal Roads University, 2016. DVD (34 min.)

2015

Fractured Land. Directed by Damien Gillis and Fiona Rayher. Produced by Two Island Films Ltd. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2015. DVD (75 min.)

Great Bear Sea, The: Reflecting on the Past—Planning for the Future. La Grande, OR: Green Fire Productions, 2015. DVD (75 min.)

Highway of Tears. Directed by Matthew Smiley. Produced by Matthew Smiley, Carley Pope and Filmoption International (Firm); Finesse films (Firm). [Montreal, QC]: Finesse Films Montreal: Filmoption International, 2015. DVD (80 min.)

How to Change the World. Written and directed by Jerry Rothwell; produced by Al Morrow, Bous De Jong and Greenpeace International. Toronto, ON: Insight Productions; London, UK: MET Film Productions, 2015. DVD (110 min.)

Jumbo Wild = [Qat'muk]. Nick Waggoner; Laura Yale; Zac Ramras; Jordan Manley; Nicolas Teichrob [Oley, Pennsylvania]: Bullfrog Films, [2015.] DVD (60 min.)

Kids in Jail. Written and directed by Larry Lynn; produced by Tracey Friesen. Vancouver, BC: National Film Board of Canada, [2015.] DVD (45 min., 38 s.)

Klemtu's Community School. More, Art, Milenko Ljubisic, Paul A. Darquin, and Bob Paton. 2015. Steaming video. doi: 10.14288/1.0103197 (24 min., 12 s.)

Konelïne: Our Land Beautiful: a Feature Documentary. Nettie Wild. Directed by Natalie Wild; produced by Betsy Carson. Vancouver, BC: Canada Wild Productions, 2015. DVD (86 min.)

Remembering Salt: the Cold War Comes to Small-town Canada: a Documentary Film. A film by Ron Verzuh.  [Rossland, British Columbia]: B R. Verzuh, [2015] DVD (18 min.)

Running on Climate. Directed and written by Robert Alstead. [Vancouver, BC]: ICYCLE.CA Productions, 2015. DVD (84 min.)

2014

Children of Redress. Directed and produced by Greg Masuda with Masuda Media Ltd. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution. 2014. DVD (19 min.)

Coastal Tarsands: Journey to Deleted Islands. Written and directed by Richard Boyce; produced by Richard Boyce and Marie Laviolette. [Vancouver Island, BC]: Island Bound Media, 2014. DVD (78 min.)

Everything Will Be. Directed by Julia Kwan. Produced by David Christensen and the National Film Board of Canada. Vancouver, BC: National Film Board of Canada, 2014. DVD (86 min.)

Fifth Estate, The: Voyage of the Black Dragon. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; CBC Learning. Toronto: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2014. DVD (44 min., 59 s.)

Found in the Forest: Exploring the Environmental School. A film by Craig Cerhit; produced by Environmental School (Maple Ridge, BC), and School District No. 42 (Maple Ridge, BC). Maple Ridge, BC: [n.p.], 2014. DVD (113 min.) 

Fran's Culture Showcase. Fran Gebhard; Gary Pearson. Kelowna, BC: Shaw Cable 11, [2014.] DVD.

Freedom Babies. Produced and directed by Doreen Manuel. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, [2014.] DVD (22 min.)

In the Land of the Head Hunters. A film by Edward S. Curtis (story written and picture made in 1914 by Edward S. Curtis; edited by professor George Irving Quimby, professor Bill Holm, Burke Museum, University of Washington). [Harrington Park, NJ]: Milestone Film & Video [2014.] 2DVDs (110 min.)

Indian Food Fishing on the Fraser River. Directed and produced by Dick Harvey. Produced by Scott Renyard, Craig Berggold, Teresa Marshall, Qualicum Films and Juggernaut Pictures. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2014. DVD (22 min.)

Joe Hill's Secret Canadian Hideout: a Search for the Man Who Never Died. A film by Ron Verzuh.  [Rossland, BC]: B R. Verzuh, [2014.] DVD (8 min.)

Listening to a Sense of Place. Directed by Jennifer Schine; produced by Simon Fraser University, School of Communication. Burnaby, BC: Simon Fraser University, 2014. DVD (16 min.)

Pearl Report, The: Vancouver Visions. Produced by Television Broadcasts Limited. Hong Kong, China: Television Broadcasts Ltd., 2014. DVD (25 min.)

Potlatch Keepers. A film by Lindsey Mae Willie. Produced by RealWorld Media Inc. Winnipeg, MB: APTN (Canada), 2014. DVD (60 min.)

Resilience. A film by Nick Versteeg; produced by DV Media. Cowichan Bay, BC: DV Media, 2014. DVD (81 min.)

Salmon Confidential. Directed by Twyla Roscovich; produced by Alexandra Morton, Department of Wild Salmon, and Pacific Coast Wild Salmon Society. Portland, OR: Collective Eye Films, 2014. DVD (70 min.)

Salmon in the Sea. Peter Klein; Sanjay Gupta; CBS Broadcasting Inc. [New York, NY]: CBS Broadcasting Inc., 2014. DVD (13 min.)

Seventy-one Years: the Loss and Discovery of Avro Anson F7056. Robert Stitt; Nick VersteegCowichan Bay, BC: DV Media, 2014. DVD (50 min.)

There are 400. Written and directed by Andrew Fiore. Vancouver, BC: Fiore Films, [2014.] DVD (25 min.) 

Tracing Roots. Directed by Ellen Frankenstein; produced by Delores Churchill and Artchange, Inc. [Harriman, NY]: New Day Films [2014.] DVD (35 min.)

2013

100 Block, The: Survival Sex Trade in the Downtown East Side. Directed by Andrew Fiore; written by Andrew Fiore and Sue PituraVancouver, BC: Fiore Films, [2013]DVD (45 min.)

BC's 1983 Solidarity Movement, 30 Years On: Something for the Left to Celebrate or Best Forgotten? Gordon Hak; Caitlin Norman; Katelyn Neily; Vancouver Island Univeristy. Nanaimo, BC: Media Research Lab, Vancouver Island University, 2013. DVD (65 min.)

Between Two Worlds: Mothers Speak of Yesterday and Today. Directed and produced by Peter von Puttkamer and Sheera von Puttkamer in association with the Aboriginal Women's Council of British Columbia and the Yukon. [n.p.]: Gryphon Productions Ltd., [2013.] DVD (66 min.) 

Canada's Canyon. Kalmbach Publishing Company. [Waukesha, WI]: [Kalmbach Publishing], 2013. Ultimate Railroading DVD series. DVD (113 min.) 

Canada Over the Edge: Season 2, British Columbia. Produced by the Knowledge Network. Burnaby, British Columbia: Knowledge Network, [2013]. 4DVDs (650 min.)

Canadian Pacific's Shuswap Sub. Kalmbach Publishing Company. [Waukesha, WI]: [Kalmbach Publishing], 2013. Ultimate Railroading DVD Series. DVD (83 min.)

Catch the Westbound Train. Directed by Sean Patrick; produced by Jessica Rivers, Sean Patrick Shaul and Stevie Wilson; written by Stevie Wilson. Vancouver, BC: Prairie Coast Films, 2013. DVD (27 min.)

Gathering Around the Fire: Lower Post, BC. Produced by the Kaska Dena Council. Brian Ladue; Victor Kisoun; Dave Porter; Peter Stone; Allan Code and Michelle Miller. Kaska Dena Council, Mississauga, ON: McNabb Connolly, 2013. DVD (60 min.) 

Hunt for Matsutake, The. Directed by Alejandro Yoshizawa. Vancouver, BC: Alejandro Yoshizawa, 2013. DVD.

I Called Her Lootaas. Produced by Nina Wisnicki. Vancouver, BC: Bill Reid Gallery, [2013]. DVD (50 min.)

Inmates are Running the Asylum, The: Stories from MPA. Directed by Megan Jean Davies; produced by Lanny Beckman. [Vancouver, BC]: History of Madness Productions, 2013. DVD (36 min.)

One Coast, One Chance: a Collection of Films from the Great Bear Rainforest. [Denny Island, BC]: Pacific Wild, [2013]DVD: Cetaceans of the Great Bear/narrated by Zelagh Beadell, animated and directed by Denver Jackson, story by Chuck Rumsey and Simon Norton Game, producers: Ian McAllister, Simon Norton Game, Chuck Rumsey, produced at Picture Cloud Film & Animation Studio, Victoria, BC. (5:57). Tipping barrels: journey into the Great Bear/Sitka Presents, in association with Pacific Wild, a film by Ben Gulliver, produced by Rene Gauthier & Michael Reid. (19:59). Spoil: the fight to save the Great Bear/ILCP international league of conservation photographers presents a documentary by EP Films with support from Pacific Wild.org, directed and produced by Trip Jennings, executive producer Jenny Nichols, c2011. (44:10). Oil in Eden: Canada's great bear rainforest/produced by Damien Gillis, executive producer: Ian McAllister, c2010, Pacific Wild. (16:46).

Prisonization. Directed by Andrew Fiore. Written by Andrew Fiore and Sue Pitura. Vancouver, BC: Fiore Films, [2013]. DVD (45 min.)

Public Art Private Views: Exploring Art in Public Spaces. Presented by NBT Filmworks with Michael JS Cox. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2013. DVD (95 min.)

Stand. Directed and edited by Anthony Bonello and Nicolas Teichrob; produced by B4apres Media and Nicolas Teichrob Photography in association with Dendrite Studios. Huntington Beach, CA: Quicksilver Waterman, 2013. DVD (46 min.)

Tat ul utul': Getting to Know Each Other. Directed by Paul Manly; produced by Brennan MacDonald and Paul Manly. Nanaimo, BC: Manly Media, 2013. DVD (39 min.)

Troubled Water. Directed, written and produced by Paul Manly; produced by Manly Media. Nanaimo, BC: Manly Media, 2013. DVD (52 min.) 

Whipped: the Secret World of Party Discipline. Directed and written by Sean Holman. [Victoria, BC]: Public Eye Mediaworks, 2013. DVD (43 min.)

2012

Aftermeth: A Family Story. Written, directed, and produced by Eva Wunderman. Vancouver, BC: Wunderman Film Inc., 2012. DVD (51 min.)

Ballet Victoria: a Leap of Faith. Richard Tomborello, Joe Morton, and Ballet Victoria (Victoria, Canada). [Jersey City, NJ]: Monarch Films, Inc., [2012] DVD (48 min.) 

Centennial of the British Columbia Dragoons, The. [Vancouver, BC] : Tomboy Digital Productions, [2012.] DVD (43 min.)

Cowboys, Indians and Education: Regenerating Secwepemc Culture and Language. Celia Haig-Brown and Helen Haig-BrownToronto,ON: V Tape, 2012. DVD (30 min., 33 s.)

Gender Blender: Dialogues of Hope. Directed by Eva Wunderman; produced by Brodi-Jo Scalise, Eva Wunderman and Wunderman Film (Firm). [Hope, BC]: Wunderman Film Inc. [Vancouver]: Moving Images, 2012. DVD (26 min.)

Greening the Cube: 100-Mile Housing. Directed by Tyler Austin Bradley, Andrea K Vandenboer, Pete Matheson, Sean Sands and Cassidy Bisher. [Vancouver, BC]: Theme Room Films: Moving Images Distribution, 2012. DVD (84 min.)

Groundswell: A Small Film about Making a Big Stand. Directed by Chris Malloy. Venice, CA: Farm League, 2012. DVD (22 min.)

How a People Live. Directed by Lisa Jackson, Marty Ballenty, and Cris Derksen. Vancouver, BC: Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw Nations, 2012.

Land Without Limits: The Cariboo-Chilcotin-Coast Region of British Columbia, Canada. Joseph Rosendo. Topango, CA: Travelscope, 2012. DVD (26 min.)

North Boys: The Story of Jimmy and Charlie. Directed by Van Oldenbarneveld, Lucy, Laura I. Cabott, Lejac Residential School (Fraser Lake, B.C.), Second Shooter Productions Ltd, and Xwi7xwa Collection. Vancouver, BC: Second Shooter Productions, 2012.  

Occupying Vancouver: An Insider's Look at Homelessness. Directed by Andrew Fiore. Vancouver, BC: Fiore Films, 2012. 2 DVDs (ca. 121 min.)

Somewhere Else Is Here: A Film with People Living and Working in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Directed and produced by Marina Leblhuber and Jasmina Hirschi. Vancouver, BC: Marina Leblhuler and Jasmina Hirschi, 2012. DVD (65 min.)

Spirit of Nihonmachi, The (The Spirit of Japantown). A film by Greg Masuda. Vancouver, BC: Masuda Media, 2012. DVD (28 min.)

St'at'imchalh: Spirit of the People. [Directed and produced by] Jeremy Williams; Seton Lake Band; Indian in the Machine. [British Columbia]: Seton Lake Band, 2012. DVD (60 min.)

Survival Prayer: a Film Celebrating the Lifeways of the Haida. Directed by Benjamin Greené. New York: Cinema Guild, 2012. DVD (70 min.)

Teachings from the Half Boy: a Cultural Homecoming. Leah Tremain, Steven L Point, Tremain Media (Firm) and Rotary Club of Royal Oak Centennial. [Saanich, BC]: Rotary Club of Royal Oak Centennial, 2012. DVD (21 min.) 

Victoria's Castle. Directed by Robin Adair. Victoria, BC: Craigdarroch Castle Historical Museum Society, 2012. DVD (52 min.)

Voices of the River: A Documentary Film about the Nanaimo River Watershed. Directed and produced by Paul Manly. Nanaimo, BC: Manly Media, 2012. DVD (48 min.)

2011

10 City Blocks: Survival Sex Trade in the Downtown East Side. Directed by Andrew Fiore. Vancouver, BC: Fiore Films, 2011. DVD (50 min.)

Bloodied but Unbowed Uncut. Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata.Vancouver, BC: [Tabata Productions], 2011. DVD (78 min.)

Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson. Directed and produced by Trish Dolman; produced by Kevin Eastwood. Montréal, QC: Séville Pictures, 2011. DVD (110 min.)

Hollow Tree, The. Directed by Daniel J. Pierce; produced by Ramshackle Pictures, in association with The Stanley Park Hollow Tree Conservation Society and The National Film Board of Canada. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2011. DVD (ca. 55 min.)

On the Line. Written, directed, and produced by Frank Wolf. North Vancouver, BC: Gravywolf Films, 2011. DVD (68 min.)

Peace Out. Directed by Charles Wilkinson. North Vancouver, BC: Shore Films, 2011. DVD (80 min.)

Picture Start. Directed by Harry Killas; produced by Ric Beairsto; produced with the participation of Rogers Documentary Fund; produced in association with Knowledge; produced in association with SCN. Vancouver, BC: Laughing Mountain Communications, 2011. DVD (48 min.)

Potlatch to Give. Directed by Barb Cranmer. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2011. DVD (ca. 25 min.)

Rural Transcapes. Amy Bohigian; Watershed Productions. [British Columbia]: Kootenay Transgender, 2011. DVD (30 min.)

Survival, Strength, Sisterhood. Directed by Alejandro Zuluaga and Harsha Walia. Vancouver, BC: Downtown Eastside Power Of Women Group, 2011. DVD (32 min.)

Surviving in the Cracks: a True Story about a Play with a Purpose. Directed and produced by Greg Masuda; produced by Masuda Media Ltd. Vancouver, BC: Greg Masuda, 2011. DVD (48 min.)

White Water, Black Gold. Directed and produced by David Lavallee. [Canada]: White Gold Productions, 2011. DVD (65 min.)

Wiebo's War. Directed by David York; produced by Bonnie Thompson and David York. Montreal, QC: National Film Board of Canada. Toronto, ON: 52 Media Inc., 2011. DVD (52 min.)

With Glowing Hearts. Directed by Andrew Lavigne; produced by Jon Ornoy. Vancouver, BC: Animal Mother Films, 2011. DVD (75 min.) 

2010

A Life Ascending. Directed and produced by Stephen Grynberg. Santa Monica, CA: Ptarmigan Films, 2010. DVD (89 min.) 

Cedar and Bamboo. Directed by Diana Leung and Kamala Todd; produced by Jennifer Lau and Karin Lee on behalf of the Chinese Canadian Historical Society of BC. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images, 2010. DVD (22 min.)

Counter Currents: The Fight for Fish on the Fraser. Directed by Ann Bromley; produced by Tamarack Productions in co-production with CBC Newsworld. Kelowna, BC: Filmwest Associates, 2010. DVD (ca. 46 min.)

Cry Rock. Written, directed and produced by Banchi Hanuse. Bella Coola, BC: Smayaykila Films; Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2010. DVD (ca. 29 min.)

Edge of the World, The: BC's Early Years. Directed, produced, and written by Erik Paulsson; co-directed and edited by Michael Brockington. Vancouver, BC: Red Storm Productions, 2010. DVD (50 min.)

Haida Gwaii: (Samaqan Water Stories, 5.) Directed by Marianne Jones; produced by Jeff Bear, Marianne Jones, and Kristy Assu. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images, 2010. DVD (22 min.)

Just You, Me & God: Recovery in the Downtown East Side. Directed by Andrew Fiore. Produced by Sue Pitura and Cyberlink Power Director. Toronto, ON: Fiore Films, 2010. DVD (25 min.)

No Fun City. A film by Melissa James and Kate Kroll; produced by Lynn Booth. Vancouver, BC: Make Believe Media, 2010. DVD (86 min.)

Pig Farm, The. Produced and written by Christine Nielsen; produced by East Van productions in association with CTV Television Inc., and Channel Five. Toronto, ON: E One, 2010. DVD (90 min.)

Raven's Canoe: A Tour of the Grand Hall. Directed by George Mully; produced by the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Montreal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2010. DVD (31 min.)

Sacred Head Waters: Loveman Nole: (Samaqan Water Stories, 1.) Directed by Marianne Jones; produced by Jeff Bear, Marianne Jones, and Kristy Assu. [Vancouver, BC]: Urban Rez Productions, 2010. DVD (22 min.)

Spirit Has No Colour, The: Changing Police/Aboriginal Relationships. Directed by Nicholas Kendall and Keet Neville; produced by Nicholas Kendall and Norma-Jean McLaren; co-produced by Axel Hovbrender. Vancouver, BC: Orca Productions/42nd Street Consulting, 2010. DVD (44 min.)

Streets of Plenty: Inside the World of the Homeless. Directed by Alex Kleider and Corey Ogilvie. New York: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2010. DVD (1 hr., 5 min.)

This Side of Eden. Directed by Matthew Harrison and Marc Boudignon; produced by Gita Hosek. Toronto, ON: Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation, 2010. DVD (1 hr., 36 min.)

2009

Belly Up: Salmon in Peril. Directed and produced by Andrew Deiters. Mississauga, ON: McNabb Connolly, 2009. DVD (21 min., 45 s.)

Canyon War: The Untold Story. Directed by Eva Wunderman; produced by Kimberley Wakefield and Eva Wunderman. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2009. DVD (53 min.)

Fifth Estate: Staying Alive: Canada's Controversial Safe Injection Site. Directed and produced by Tamar Weinstein; produced by Linda Guerriero; written by Hana Gartner. Toronto, ON: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2009. DVD (ca. 44 min.)

Indigenous Plant Diva [Cease Wyss reveals the remarkable healing powers of plants growing in Downtown Vancouver]. Directed by Kamala Todd, Selwyn Jacob, and National Film Board of Canada. Montréal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2009. DVD (9 min.)

Métis of British Columbia, The: Culture, History, and the Contemporary Community.  Directed by Stephen Foster, Joanne Gervais, and Raquel Mann; produced by Mike Evans and Stephen Foster. Kelowna, BC: Centre for Social, Spatial, and Economic Justice, UBC Okanagan, 2009. 2 DVDs (ca. 203 min.)

National, The: Words of the Elders: Saving Aboriginal Languages. Toronto, ON: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: CBC Learning Systems, 2009. DVD (ca. 14 min.)

Reena Virk Story, The. [Kaslo, BC]: Heartspeak Productions, 2009. DVD (43 min.)

Tetzan Biny: Disappearance Of Fish Lake. (Samaqan Water Stories, 12 and 13.) Directed by Marianne Jones; produced by Jeff Bear, Marianne Jones, and Kristy Assu. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images, 2010. DVD (44 min.)

Unsettled Mountains Landscapes in the Canadian West. [S.l.]: Pulsing Earth Media, 2009. DVD (ca. 68 min.)

Vancouver's Chinatown: Past, Present, and Future. Directed by Alejandro Yoshizawa and Jennifer Yip. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia, 2009. DVD (13 min.)

2008

Alfie Kamitakahara (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (43 min.)

Carts of Darkness/Chariots de l'enfer. Written and directed by Murray Siple; produced by Tracey Friesen. Montreal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2008. DVD (59 min.)

Down Here: A Short Film about Life Without. Directed and produced by Charles Wilkinson. North Vancouver, BC: Shore Films, 2008. DVD (30 min.)

Fury for the Sound; The Women at Clayoquot. Directed by Shelley Wine. Toronto, ON: Tell Tale Productions, 2008. DVD (86 min.)

Hope. Directed by Thomas Buchan, Stuart Reaugh, National Film Board of Canada, and Xwi7xwa Collection. Montréal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2008.

Irene Tsuyuki (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (45 min.)

Kazue Oye (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (30 min.)

Making of a Haida Totem Pole, The. Directed by Kelvin Redvers. Vancouver, BC: Daval Productions Inc., 2008. DVD (ca. 30 min.)

Marie Katsuno (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (35 min.)

May Komiyama (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (34 min.)

Meaning Of Life, The: A Collaboration between the Correctional Service of Canada and the Chehalis Nation of British Columbia. Directed by Hugh Brody; produced by Betsy Carson. Montreal, QC: Isuma Distribution International, 2008. DVD (82 min)

Midge Ayukawa (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (33 min.)

My Big Fat Diet. Directed by Mary Bissell, Christian Bruyère, and Barb Cranmer. Vancouver, BC: Mystique Films, 2008.

National, The: Homelessness: The "Housing First" Approach. Toronto, ON: CBC Learning, 2008. DVD (ca. 23 min.)

Passionate Eye, The: Devil Plays Hardball. Directed by Nijole Kujmickas; produced by Audrey Mehler. Toronto, ON: CBC Learning, 2008. (Originally broadcast on the CBC Newsworld television program, on March 9, 2008.) DVD (ca. 63 min.)

Shirley Omatsu (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (44 min.)

Something to Eat, a Place to Sleep and Someone Who Gives a Damn: A Film about Homelessness. Directed by Les Merson. Vancouver, BC: Moving Pictures Production, 2008. DVD

Storytellers in Motion: The Entrepreneur: Brenda Chambers. Directed and produced by Marianne Jones and Jeff Bear. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (24 min.)

Sustainable Region, The. Vancouver, BC: GV Productions, 2008. DVD

Susumu Tabata (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (44 min.)

Tak Miyazaki (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (35 min.)

Tom & Shig Kuwabara (Ohanashi, the Story of Our Elders.) Directed and produced by Susanne Tabata. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2008. DVD (47 min.)

Totem, Return and Renewal. Directed by Gil Cardinal, National Film Board of Canada, and Xwi7xwa Collection. Montréal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2008. DVD (23 min.)

Union, The: The Business Behind Getting High. Directed by Brett Harvey; produced by Graeme Flannigan, Stephen Green, and Adam Scorgie. Fort Mill, SC: Phase 4 Films, 2008. DVD. (104 min.)

Victoria Park: A Generation of Bocce. Directed by Tracey Lebedovich. Vancouver, BC: Gloriousday Productions, 2009. DVD (42 min.)

We Are One with the Land (ʻNa̲meganʼs om dłuʼwa̲ns awinagwisex̲). Written and directed by Barb Cranmer; produced by 'Namgis First Nation Chief & Council. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images Distribution, 2009. DVD (32 min.)

2007

Do It with Joy: The Story of an Itinerant Group of Treeplanters in the Wilds of Northern BC. Directed by Nicholas Kendall [Vancouver, BC]: Orca Productions, 2007. DVD (60 min.)

Five Ring Circus: The Untold Story of the Vancouver 2010 Games. Directed by Conrad Schmidt; produced by Conrad Schmidt in association with Pumpkinhead Productions. [n.p.]: Ragtag Productions, 2007. DVD (76 min.)

Generations: The Chan Legacy. Toronto, ON: CBC Learning, 2007. DVD (44 min.)

Green Chain, The. Directed by Mark Leiren-Young. [Canada]: Kinosmith Inc., 2010. (Originally produced as a motion picture in 2007.) DVD (ca. 87 min.)

Kids Can't Wait: BC's Child Care Challenge. Produced by BC Government and Service Employees' Union. Burnaby, BC: BCGEU, 2007. DVD (29 min.)

Killer Whale and Crocodile. Directed by John Marston, Teddy Balangu, Arthur Holbrook, Peter Campbell, Gumboot Productions, and Xwi7xwa Collection. Vancouver, BC: Gumboot Productions Inc., 2007. (48 min.)

My Doukhobor Cousins. Directed by Ole Gerstad; produced by Mark Zannis. Montréal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2007. DVD (71 min.)

Nisga'a Dancing in Both Worlds. Directed by John Bassett, Rosalind Farber, Annette Shaffer, Common Bowl Productions, Kineticvideo.com, and Xwi7xwa Collection. Toronto, ON: Kineticvideo.com, 2007. (44 min.)

Passion for Mountains: 100 Years of Exploration and Preservation of the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, 1907-2007. Directed and edited by Bill Noble. Vancouver, BC: British Columbia Mountaineering Club, 2007. DVD (69 min.)

She's a Boy I Knew. Directed by Gwen Haworth and Shapeshifter Films. Vancouver, BC: Moving Images, 2007. (70 min.)

Tailor Made: Chinatown's Last Tailors. Directed by Leonard Lee and Marsha Newbery; produced by Marsha Newbery and Gillian Hrankowski. Vancouver, BC: Realize Entertainment Inc., 2007. DVD (44 min.)

Where Strangers Become Neighbours: The Story of the Collingwood Neighborhood House and the Integration of Immigrants in Vancouver. Directed by Giovanni Attili; produced by Leonie Sandercock. Montreal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2007. DVD (49 min., 59 s.)

Writing the Land. Written and directed by Kevin Burton; produced by Selwyn Jacob. Montreal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2007. DVD (8 min.)