Gridiron Underground is a one hour documentary look at the Canadian lifeline that extended into the United States bringing talented African-American football players to Canada. It is a film of courage, determination and inspiration told by the players who sought their childhood dreams of playing professional football in a world less encumbered by racism and hatred.

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Obama Bus is a one hour documentary that follows a group of 45 African-Canadians to Washington D.C. for the inauguration of America's 1st black president and then revisits them on the 4th anniversary of the event.  Have their hopes been dashed or are they more alive than ever?  From the emotional catharthis of a sunny afternoon in January, 2009 to the sobering light of 2012,  let Obama Bus take you on an unforgettable ride.

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"I have a dream"...It's one of history's most recognizable phrases. It inspired real optimism in the midst of turbulent times. But many of Canada's inner city black youth have had that optimism replaced by fear and anger. What happened to their dream? Why are so many black communities on the verge of crisis? And how do they find the road to that dream again? In "Shattered Dreams" we search for those answers.

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