Gorilla Trap (2007)

Newspapers nicknamed him The Gorilla Man but the most shocking moniker Earle Nelson would bear is that of America's first roaming serial killer. He didn't appear dangerous to any of his twenty victims as he moved across the United States on a murderous rampage. He left cities cowering behind locked doors and law enforcement officials baffled and empty handed as he moved from San Francisco to Kansas City, then Philadelphia, Detroit and Chicago. Then, Nelson crossed the border into Manitoba... This is the story of how the enigmatic Gorilla Man was finally caged.

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There's Something Out There (2007)

In April of 2005, a ferry operator in Norway House, Manitoba, saw and videotaped something that changed his life forever. That man was Bobby Clarke and the shaky, blurry video that he captured one morning appears to show a lumbering, humanoid creature striding along the bank of the Nelson River. Was it Bigfoot? American television producers seemed to think so and their invasion of Norway House stirred a controversy of epic proportions.

There’s Something Out There documents the weird and wild clash of cultures between the Hollywood interlopers and a small Northern community, and follows Bobby Clarke on his own personal journey into the mystery known as Sasquatch.

Nominated for a 2007 Gemini Award

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Legacy In Stone (2005)

When work began on Manitoba's Legislative building, Winnipeg was one of the fastest growing cities in North America. A centre of trade and industry, its future was bright - and politicians planned a new provincial capital building that would reflect their grand visions of the future.

Legacy in Stone takes us on a fascinating tour of the creation of Manitoba's legislative building from concept to creation and explores the sensational scandal surrounding it that led to a government's fall.

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Uncharted Surveyor - The Peter Fidler Story (2004)

In the year 1788, what was to become Canada was anything but a quiet wilderness. A corporate war over a century in the making was brewing between the fur trading companies of the day. That fall, a young Hudson’s Bay Company employee from the midlands of England would set foot in North America for the first time. He was destined to become one of the most accomplished surveyors and explorers in Canadian History.

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Sierra's Song (2006)

Why should we endeavor to maintain the art and tradition of our ancestors? What can centuries of cultural tradition provide us with? In this gorgeously photographed half-hour documentary, you’ll see what 15-year-old Sierra Noble is doing for the world of traditional Metis fiddle music and what the music has done for her.

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Trish Cooper Is Having A Baby (2007)

Trish Cooper is not your average expectant Mom. As one of the members of the vaunted Royal Liechtenstein Theatre Company, Trish is known for her sarcasm and sass. Off-stage, she’s a reformed party girl trying to live down all the crude, rude, and downright nasty stuff she’s done and said over the years. But she’s hardly a single-note, having been ‘raised right’ by loving parents and surrounded by great family and friends. Trish is good people and this is the story of her-and her man Sam - having a baby.

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