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Urban Native Girl

Tuesday, May 2 at 9 p.m.
After years of slogging through both the fashion and journalism world - and being told that glamour and Aboriginal don't mix, Lisa Charleyboy, a fashionista, entrepreneur and urban Indigenous innovator sets out to transform her small online blog into a glossy print magazine, in the hopes of launching an international brand.

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The Lesser Blessed

Monday, May 8 at 10 p.m.
Through the eyes of Larry Sole, a First Nation teenager filled with bravado and angst, comes the story of three unlikely friends isolated in a small rural town discovering life and love amid racial tensions and the recklessness of youth, in a world clouded by a dark mystery from his past. Based on the celebrated novel by Richard Van Camp.

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Toots Hibbert

Thursday, May 11 at 7 p.m.
This is the never-before-told story of one of the most influential artists ever to come out of Jamaica, Toots Hibbert. It features intimate new performances and interviews with Toots, rare archival footage, and interviews with contemporaries including Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Jimmy Cliff, Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson, Marcia Griffiths and Paolo Nutini.

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The King and the People (documentary)

Thursday, May 18 at 7 p.m.
The King and the People offers an historical portrait into the 'heart' of the Swazi crises charting it from the pre-independence, independence, post-independence and right up to modern day Swaziland. The film shines a light on a crisis forgotten or misunderstood by many and unravels the reality of the existence, in the 21st century, of a governing system that is based on royal supremacy, greed, power and zero tolerance to fundamental human rights.

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The Ball (documentary)

Thursday, May 25 at 7 p.m.
The Ball explores mankind's most simple and perfect game. Way before the invention of football as we know it, the ball has been kicked around the globe by many different cultures. Travelling through Myanmar, Thailand, Germany, Ireland and Brazil, each cultural celebrates the beauty and history of traditional games in contrasting societies.

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