A group of immigrant and refugee mothers from 10 different countries and speaking different languages create a book of illustrations showcasing heartfelt letters to their children as a way to explain what brought them to Winnipeg, Canada and what they hope their lives will be like. This film follows the women’s incredible journey as they find a way to pass their stories to their children.
Michael Ta’Bon spent 15 years in prison, where he promised himself that one day he would start a movement to prevent young people from repeating his mistakes. Now married and with two kids, his fierce commitment to community activism may ultimately cost him his family.
Has China’s ‘one child policy’ really created a generation of spoilt, privileged, selfish young adults? This documentary is a brave expose of what everyday life is like for the ‘Only Me’ generation in China. For the first time on camera, these young Chinese will speak candidly of the huge pressure and high expectations from their parents and reveal the dreams, worries, hopes and fears of a generation.
"With the birth of the knowledge society, higher education is booming. There were 13 million university students in 1960. In 2015, their ranks had swollen to nearly 200 million. The number of students attending university is exploding around the globe, as a gigantic global student market is being forged… It’s a simple fact: for the past two decades, the new wealth producing champions have been business executives and members of the intellectual and scientific professions.