Time and again, people interviewed said that religion is negative, spirituality is positive. These 2 short documentary films from 2010 have a similar flow: Erwin McManus interviewing people in 2 major Canadian cities about the intrinsic cravings of humanity, interweaved with his meaningful commentary.

Crave: The Documentary about Vancouver

Crave: The Documentary explores how we all have one thing in common, regardless of race, background, or beliefs: the cravings of our soul. Crave features intimate interviews with people young and old. What they have to say about life’s biggest questions may surprise you. Erwin McManus explores the soul of Vancouver, Canada.

Crave: Calgary

Crave: Calgary explores the deepest questions of the human spirit: What does it mean to be human? What are the intrinsic longings that inform our choices and motivate our actions? Why do we do what we do?

Crave unwraps how regardless of race, religion, or status, we all have one thing in common: the cravings of our soul.

This 30-minute documentary is a definite must-see for those seeking new ways to dialogue about faith, spirituality and the inner journey of the soul.

Join Erwin Raphael McManus as he connects with people about life and its deepest meaning. Expand your understanding and respect for those whose paths are different from yours and yet, are on a common journey.

Filmed in Calgary, Alberta, Crave features private interviews with people young and old—from CEOs, celebrities, entrepreneurs and business leaders, to musicians, artists, chefs and fashion designers.

What they have to say about life’s biggest questions may surprise you. You may never look at people in the same way again.

Directed by acclaimed author, activist and filmmaker Erwin Raphael McManus.