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This documentary introduces us to Stephen Jenkinson, once the leader of a palliative care counselling team at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital.

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This feature-length documentary reveals the unspoken truth about war - it never really ends. Archival images and personal stories portray the lingering devastation of war.

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This documentary reveals the exploratory work of a team from the University of Montreal who seek to understand the states of grace experienced by mystics and those who meditate.

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by Jacques Cousteau
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This documentary records the journey undertaken by Jacques Cousteau, his 24-member team, and an NFB film crew to explore the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, one of the world's richest fishing areas.

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by Glenn Gould
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In this short documentary, Canadian concert pianist Glenn Gould enjoys a respite at his lakeside cottage.

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by Leonard Cohen
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This informal black-and-white portrait of Leonard Cohen shows him at age 30 on a visit to his hometown of Montreal, where the poet, novelist and songwriter comes "to renew his neurotic affiliations."

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This feature-length documentary follows a man as he sheds nearly half his body weight (63.5 kg) by complete starvation under hospital observation.

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Cure for Love is a full-length documentary about a controversial evangelical movement that purports to convert gay people into heterosexuals.

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Sophie Bissonnette's documentary analyzes the hypersexualization of our environment and its noxious effects on young people.

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by Glenn Gould
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This short documentary follows Glenn Gould to New York City. There, we see the renowned Canadian concert pianist kidding the cab driver, bantering with sound engineers at Columbia Records, and then, alone with the piano, fastidiously recording Bach's Italian Concerto.

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