Tenor Films is a Canadian film production house specialized in travel documentaries. The firm was born out of collaborations between Amy Arnold and Étienne Trépanier whose passion for travel and communications prompted the production of unique travel films. Their first feature-length film, Argentina: la Ruta 40 from the Altiplano to Tierra del Fuego, was well received by the Canadian public and, in the context of the Les Grands Explorateurs series, was viewed by over 100,000 persons. Offering more than a superficial account their travels, Amy Arnold and Étienne Trépanier immerse audiences in the reality of the country portrayed. Their fluid filming techniques allow them to capture spontaneous encounters and impromptu discoveries, resulting in products that reveal the authentic nature of the subject. With their new film, The Basque Country: A Nation Without Borders, the film-makers pursue their passion for global storytelling.