Articles by Zoe Cormier

  • Psychedelics

    Psychedelics

    Which docs on psychedelics give us a good trip and which are bummers? Cormier investigates.

    Features By Zoe Cormier • Published December 19th, 2017

  • Have we reached “The Tipping Point?”

    Have we reached “The Tipping Point?”

    Edmonton’s Niobe Thompson’s new doc on the Alberta tar sands poses the big question: is the current environmental disaster a turning point for humanity? Cormier tackles one of the biggest issues of our times.

    Profiles By Zoe Cormier • Published February 1st, 2011

  • The Scariest Documentary of the Year

    The Scariest Documentary of the Year

    If you ignore the threat of nuclear war, will it go away? Award-winning filmmaker Walker and her producers at Participant Media think you should be frightened. Very, very frightened. Cormier finds out why.

    Features By Zoe Cormier • Published September 1st, 2010

  • Copenhagen’s Climate Change Circus

    Copenhagen’s Climate Change Circus

    What happened at COP15, the UN’s Climate Change Conference? Cormier offers a first hand account on the politics, the riots and the documentarians who were there.

    Features By Zoe Cormier • Published February 1st, 2010

  • The Age of Stupid

    The Age of Stupid

    Franny Armstrong’s fierce attack on climate change The Age of Stupid is stirring the pot in British political circles. Now her film is going for international impact, after a global fall launch.

    Features By Zoe Cormier • Published November 1st, 2009

  • Documenting Water

    Documenting Water

    Our most precious resource is being squandered and despoiled. Cormier relates the tragic tale of water through three docs: Flow, Blue Gold and Waterlife.

    Columns By Zoe Cormier • Published September 1st, 2009