Mathieu is a public writer in a poor neighbourhood of Montreal. In the past years, he discovered that his job is more about people than literature. He must first listen and then finds the right words for those who can’t write.
(YOUTH SHORT CONTENT SERIES) - In a world where imaginary friends are controlled by the government, Nathaniel (17 years old) is abandoned by Amélie and assigned a new unusual companion, Bertrand, an old-timer with unorthodox methods.
After their mother’s death, Toto and Adib are completely devastated. Among the colours of Montreal’s South-West and human imperfection at its most poetic, the series plunges into their reality for 24 hours, revealing marginal and vulnerable humans affected by this tragedy.
(YOUTH SERIES) This award-winning, live-action scripted series is a fantastic tale about bullying, friendship and putting yourself in someone else’s shoes ~ whether they belong to the class nerd, the school bully, or a fluffy puppet.
Leisure and Recreation in Canada invites us to participate in the weekly activities of Anne and Vincent, a couple who’ve been together for way too long, and their friends Veronique and Bruno, two singles who have nothing in common.
On Halloween, the infamous haunted law offices of Mann, Turely & Onn are said to be at their most psycho-kinetically charged. Taking advantage of this disturbing energy are a group of young men and women who have accepted a million dollar challenge to stay in the office for an entire week, and the eccentric young billionaire who is presenting that challenge.
Shamed online by a nasty rap from her ex, Arnaud, Frédérique, a young mother, attempts to get even. She challenges him to a rap battle. Arnaud is well versed in this game: his career as a hiphop artist is well underway. But for her, it’s an entirely new ballgame.
(EDUCATIONAL YOUTH SERIES) - Why is the sky blue? What does DNA mean? How can planes fly? Why are boats floating? This series is dedicated to children (but not only) and answers 22 scientific questions.
Life can be messy. And sometimes it’s downright gross ~ runny noses, throwing up in class, warts, and lunches that if left too long in the fridge end up looking and smelling like a science experiment. Fortunately for us, there’s something we can do!