No Todo El Oro Brilla
Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2017

In January of 2013, a Canadian mining executive is kidnapped in Colombia by the National Liberation Army. With a leftist guerrilla group claiming responsibility, similar kidnappings have become commonplace as international mining companies clash with local landowners. Take a revealing look at Canadian mining practices in Colombia and whether their presence helps or hinders an already exploited industry.

Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2017

While many Hispanics have come to Canada to find a better life and future for their families, many others escaped terrifying situations and often, persecution. Follow the lives of four individuals from Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Chile who fled the violence and social unrest in their home countries as they adjust to new lives in Canada. Will they be able to leave their pasts behind and start a new life in a new country?

Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2017

Salsomanos live by music and dance as Salsa is in their blood. It is synonymous with immigration, with rebellion, with ties to the motherland. It is a way to express unconformity through music and dancing. Take a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of Salseros, everyday Canadians who have made Salsa part of their daily lives.

Mi Nombre es Ripley
Spanish Language    |    6x30 mins    |    2017

Follow the adventures of Ripley, a curious and fun-loving nomadic French bulldog, who finds herself learning simple Spanish words as she interacts with characters she meets throughout her day. Young viewers will explore the world in all its wonder through the eyes of a puppy in this preschool series.

Maya en Regina
Spanish Language    |   60 mins    |    2017

From Saskatchewan to Guatemala, discover the connection between the indigenous beliefs of many Latin American Immigrants and the Canadian First Nations. Adjunct Professor, Global Chair at the University of Regina, Leonzo Barreno, came to Canada in 1989 to study at the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (SIFC). Join him on his personal journey from Guatemala to Saskatchewan to uncover the similarities between these two groups, how the Europeans influenced their lives, the importance of education for the new generation, the respect for elder leaders, and their deep bond with the land.

Como Pez en el Hielo
Spanish Language    |   60 mins    |    2017

This compelling documentary follows 6 families that have migrated from Latin American countries, including Mexico, Chile, Venezuela, Cuba, El Salvador and Colombia, to some of the coldest rural areas, or unusual places in Canada: be it for work, love or adventure. Despite the severe temperatures and long winters, they have found a way to make Canada home. Experience small town life in Canada through the eyes of new Hispanic Canadians, and learn how they adapted to the Canadian way of life while keeping a small piece of home close to them.

Yo Juego
Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2015

Yo Juego is a TLN Original Production presented by Univision Canada in collaboration with LuloFilms and their award winning Writer, Director and Producer, Colombian-born Canadian, Jaime Escallon Buraglia.  Through their personal stories and day-to-day preparation with trainers and families, this moving documentary showcases the excitement of the TO2015 Games through the eyes of Hispanic Canadians

Bienvenidos A Lulaworld
Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2014

Bienvenidos a LulaWorld is a TV musical extravaganza featuring an eclectic line up of musical artists that showcases the depth, variety and caliber of the Latin and world music scene in Canada. The LulaWorld Festival is a presentation of Toronto’s Lula Music and Arts Centre founded by Artistic Director Jose Ortega.

Bailando: La Historia de la Música Latina en Canadá
Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2014

Bailando: La Historia de la Música Latina en Canadá explores the popularity of Latin Music in Canada. Through a series of in-depth interviews with top- Latin music personalities, Bailando showcases how Latinos and Latinas are bringing personal experiences of immigration and cultural engagement to create a unique popular culture in Canada.

Nuestra Historia: Hispanos en Canadá
Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2014

Nuestra Historia: Hispanos en Canadá is the story of the Hispanic community in Canada. Through a series of personal reflections, this documentary traces the history, the growth and the success of Canada's fastest growing ethnic community, providing a unique focus on each immigrant’s perspective and exploring their common connection to Canada.

Hombres Invisibles
Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2014

This moving documentary places the spotlight on one of Canada's most vulnerable communities: migrant workers. With the majority arriving from Mexico, Los Hombres Invisibles examines the challenges and personal journeys of Canada's “invisible men”.

English & Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2012

A uniquely Canadian, multilingual approach to examining the passion that Canadians of Euro-Latin descent have brought to soccer in Canada. For many, soccer is not a game – it’s a religion, a universal language that unites nations and breaks down all cultural barriers! TLN’s new original documentary Fanaticos takes an in-depth look at this phenomenon. For many Latin American and Italian Canadian fans, soccer is ingrained into their culture. Join us as we take a peek into the lives and stories of local soccer ‘fanaticos’. 

Cuba: Portraits
Spanish Language    |    60 mins    |    2005

A colourful TLN original documentary that highlights the sights and sounds of the beautiful island of Cuba and explores the Habano (Cigar) culture. Cigars arrived in Cuba over 300 years ago. Now they move the economy and define the identity of this Caribbean island. From the tobacco fields to the Santeras. From Canadian night at the Cuban Cigar Festival to the hospitality of the people. Los habanos son cubanos.


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