As a gay man, filmmaker Arshad Khan explores his troubled relationship with his devout, Muslim, Pakistani father Abu. Khan documents his struggles with his sexual identity as his Muslim parents attempt to fit into Canada. Using family archives, pictures and movies, ABU is a revealing and deeply affecting portrait of a family’s tug-o-war between conservatism and liberalism that has greater implications for those choosing the west as their home.
Fara is a Pakistani girl with magical powers kicking ass in suburban Canada.
A Canadian plastic surgeon of Pakistani origin returns to the land of his parents birth only to find love in the most unexpected of places.
Navid is a fish-out-of-water in small town Quebec. As an English speaker and an immigrant of colour, he fumbles his way through life in search of impossible love.
A recent immigrant compares his aspirations for Canada to the reality of his life as a cab driver.
A short documentary about celebrated Pakistani visual artist Rashid Rana's Mohatta Palace exhibition in Karachi.
International student Maria is left to her own devices once her student visa expires. She must find creative ways to stay in her beloved city of Montreal.
Three-and-a-half year old Zen has cerebral palsy and his parents must struggle to find him the best options possible for a healthy future. It is a race and time and establishment medical system are not on their side.
This mid-length documentary tells the stories of the RCMP's 'Project Thread' victims - 19 men arrests for being a suspected Al Qaeda sleeper cell. The story made international headlines. The news of their innocence was buried by the media.
A South Asian traveler learns the rules at an international airport the hard way.