Grab some popcorn and enjoy some free full-length films from our vault. They’re oldies (i.e. they were shot 4:3 for gosh sakes) but they’re still goodies.
We invite to you start by setting the Wayback Machine for 1996 to watch the Gemini-winning extraordinary story of conjoined twins from Pakistan and the pioneering operation that gave them a chance at a new life.
A PLACE IN THE WORLD
If you want more…this award-winning doc goes even further back to reveal a remarkable community where people with intellectual and physical disabilities are able to reach their full potential in a nurturing environment.
MARIPOSA: UNDER A STORY SKY
By now you might be in the mood for something light… like a concert film from 1991 featuring outstanding performances by country star Emmylou Harris, blues great Buddy Guy, super-producer turned singer Daniel Lanois, and the powerful singing and dancing of Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens from Soweto, South Africa.
JOE DAVID: SPIRIT OF THE MASK
Here’s Kensington’s second production from the 80s: a quiet, powerful short doc about Nuu-chah-nulth artist Joe David, one of the strong contemporary links in the preservation and reinvention of the art of the Northwest Coast.
BIGGEST LITTLE TICKET
And finally, here’s a real outlier from our back catalog: an award-winning children’s special from 1994 starring some of the biggest names in children’s entertainment. MORE
Want even more? We invite you to check out all nine films on our FREE YouTube Playlist.