There's a new and magnificently shot documentary about Vancouver's favourite crow.
"Canuck & I" was produced by a Victoria-based company, The Number, and was funded by Telus Optik TV.
The 20-minute film is about, you guessed it, the East Van crow named Canuck who became attached to his human pal, Shawn Bergman.
This occurred after Canuck fell out of a tree as chick and was nursed back to health by the son of Bergman's landlord.
You can see it below.
Keep in mind that this isn't the first doc that stars Canuck and Bergman.
Mariah Kennedy created the impressive "On Crows" as a Langara student. Her 14-minute film was shown at Vancity Theatre in April as part of Vancouver's Just Film Festival.
Canuck has been known to kick up some mischief, occasionally stealing keys and creating trouble at McDonald's.
He also harassed a Canada Post mail carrier, which resulted in a flurry of news coverage earlier this summer.
Now that Canuck is a star, expect him to be accorded more latitude for any naughty behaviour.
After all, isn't that the way things normally go for other celebrities?