Documentaries are integral in hearing the in-depth details of a story. Through research, sound, interviews and editing, our Evolutionaries share the stories of people, places and groups, locally and around the world.
EMPTY HALLWAYS – DORA CHIU & BAILEY MEADOWS
Empty Hallways captures the intertwining stories between a bully and their victim. It also features three additional stories from past bullying victims.
AWARENESS IS HUGE – DAHN DICKHOUT & SARA DUNN
Awareness Is Huge explores the personal conflicts that victims of sexual abuse encounter on a daily basis. This documentary features the perspectives of three individuals who deal with the physical and mental effects.
JUST A CUP OF COFFEE – MATT MCARTHUR & MANTAR BHANDAL
Just A Cup Of Coffee is the story of caffeine. This documentary focuses on the effects of caffeine – the good ones, and the bad ones. This features the voices of caffeine drinkers alike and a spokesperson for the Dieticians of Canada.
NO PLACE TO GO – DEAN VAN TASSEL & JOHN VOSPER
No Place To Go follows the stories of homelessness and how homeless people are trying to better their lives. This documentary features the voices of those who are attempting to help homeless people’s lives and the homeless themselves.
SPORTEFFECTS – STEPHANIE REDMOND & KYLE STEWART
SportEffects follows the story of how team sports are affecting today’s youth. The voices featured include those who are involved in youth sports – including youth at risk services and youth sports organizations.
IS IT RIGHT? – LAURA FLEURY & BRITTANY HOBSON
Is It Right? is about how parents raise their children, and if the way they were raised affected their parenting. The laws of child discipline is also discussed within the documentary.
GRAVE MATTERS – STEPHANIE LANZ & MACKENZIE RICHMOND
Grave Matters explores death through the perspective of those who deal with it every day. This documentary features the voices of three individuals who work at Forest Lawn Funeral Services – two being funeral directors and one transporter of human remains.
DAUGHTERS OF ADDICTION – SARAH BRISEBOIS & GRAEME GORDON
Daughters Of Addiction is the story of three sisters and how their parents’ drug addiction affected their lives. This documentary features one of our own Evolutionaries’ stories on her difficult upbringing.
VIRTUE – ENNES DELIMEDJAC & VANESSA NEWMAN
Virtue is the story of virginity. This documentary features horrifying, lustful, kind and crazy stories from people talking about their first times.
WEB OF HATE – CHELSEA JOHNSTON & CAITLIN WILSON
Web Of Hate is the story of online bullying. This documentary features the story of two victims who share their experiences and two cyberbullies who reflect on their past actions – getting all perspectives in regards to the online world of bullying.
THE CURRENT STREAM – TRAVIS NOEL
The Current Stream explores how music streaming is changing the way the music industry operates and discusses the flaws of the current model.
GOING PRO – JULIAN GOULD & CURTIS LASLOP
Going Pro is the story of three above average people in the industry of e-sports. each person, with their own unique role, describes their story of how they’ve watched the gaming world change around them.
WHAT A DRAG! – HENRY HUA & KYLEE ROMAN
What A Drag! follows the stories of five fabulous drag queens – discussing their personal experiences and stigmas they have encountered while becoming polished entertainers.
PREMATURE BABY – SAGAR SINGH
Premature Baby explains everything to do with premature babies and a mother’s experience with having a pre-me.
TROOP 17 – ROJIN GHASEMZADEH MAHALEH & JUDITH LARSEN
Troop 17 follows the stories of two women who were in the first troop of women in the RCMP. It follows their experiences of being two of the first females in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
NO HUNGRY KIDS – MERANDA SMITH & JEN VAN HOUTEN
No Hungry Kids is the story of how too many children living in the Lower Mainland are being affected by hunger and what is being done to help those who need it the most.
FOR THE LOVE OF ART – CARLY WATSON
For The Love Of Art is all about busking and the controversy over whether it is a proper art or not. This documentary outlines that many true buskers do it for the love of the art and not the money. Musicians involved include Patrick Spencer of Coldwater Road, who supplied the music featured, Kai Buchan of Kutapira and Julian Gould.
SEEKING A BETTER LIFE – JAVIER ROMERO
Seeking A Better Life is the story of a young man who took a journey with his family and how a single but significant detail changed his life once he was settled in British Columbia, Canada.