How we got here

For thirty-three days, the world watched. Crossing ten provinces and three territories; thousands of trucks traversed the highways and by-ways of Canada’s northern climes in this exclusive documentary offering an immersive look into an extraordinary moment in Canadian history. The Chronicle Brothers imbedded themselves within the Canadian Trucker Convoy capturing the unifying pulse of everyday people.

The directors blend interviews and live footage, journaling unbiased truths intrinsically viewed through a camera lens. They expose the raw emotion and purpose of those who felt compelled to embark on a journey fraught with both joy and sorrow.

The film lays bare a deep and broadening divide within a country known for unity and trust, and how two years of lockdowns illuminated the disparity in the working class and the political landscape. It gives a raw and unpolished visual of diverse Canadians holding a gutted Canadian Charter up to a spotlight and hoping to be heard.

What is the film about?

Our goal is simple. We travelled on the Freedom Convoy to document first-person and eye-witness accounts. Our team is documenting, producing and sharing the story of the Freedom Convoy.

Uncensored & Raw

Trucking For Freedom is filming EVERYTHING we possibly can. This film will serve as a time-capsule; a historical documentary capturing the opinion and views of those who joined the Freedom Convoy.


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Andrew Peloso
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Jeremy Regoto
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Maria Boerefyn
Executive Producer
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Reilly Gill
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Carrera Banman
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Maria Abramov
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Madelaine Carruthers
Research & Development
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Joel Fraser
Score & Sound Design
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Matt Robar