Matt Nightingale - Matt thought freedom meant living for free as a dumpster diving anarchist. But a run-in with the police changed all of that. Now he's finding out that freedom is taking responsibility for your actions.
Adam McNamara - When 8-year-old Adam is signed up for karate classes against his will, with his older brother/frenemy Andy, they are forced to work together to defeat the rival dojo.
Brie Watson: When Brie is forced to leave behind her life in the city (For mysterious reasons!), she goes back to her old family cottage, and is determined to ingratiate herself to this small town... whether they like it or not.
Logan Stefanson: When the well being of an innocent stray dog, is thrust upon one dumb hungover kid (Logan) late for work, he must journey back through the events of the previous evening and find the true identity of the mysterious pup!
Jessica Buchanan: When Jessica's school is threatened to be shut down, she is forced to commit social suicide, and admit that she cares about something.
Jessica Seburn: When Jessica's best friend dies suddenly, she starts using stand-up comedy as a means to process grief. Now Jessica must learn not just to be okay around death, but how to be friends with it, and make it her job.
J.D. Renaud. August 14, 2003, the day of the Northeast Blackout. From 4pm to 4am, this was the day J.D. decided what he was going to do with the rest of their life.
Desperately lonesome Ava, on the brink of her thirties, leaves everything to move from the ostensibly new-age hippie vibe of Vancouver, to reconnect with her sister in the cold hustle of New York City.
"Who would play you, in the movie of your life?" We've all done this ice breaker game.
When you watch a documentary called Weed & Wine, you pretty much know what you're getting into: you're going to learn about two worlds that are similar and yet different. This is personified in a cannabis farmer from California and a family vineyard in France. The film does this quite well. I was genuinely interested, and learned in a way that didn't feel heavy handed.