The POV RIDM’19 Hub!
The POV RIDM Hub is your complete guide to coverage from this year’s Montreal International Documentary Festival. Stay tuned for more reviews and interviews from the festival, and follow POV on Facebook and Twitter for up to the minute coverage!
Features and Interviews
- Justice for Colten – Pat Mullen
-Tasha Hubbard’s nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up, Hot Docs’ opening night film, explores the tragic death of young Cree man Colten Boushie and the ongoing fight for Indigenous rights.
- Real News: This Is Not a Movie – PM
-Yung Chang’s This Is Not a Movie immerses itself in Robert Fisk’s world.
- Alanis Obomsawin’s Principled Fight Continues – Dina Lobo
-Alanis Obomsawin’s fifty-third documentary for the NFB concludes her six-part series on the rights of Indigenous children with Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger.
- Oblique Strategies – Daniel Glassman
-Brett Story’s RIDM selection The Hottest August is one of several recent films documenting absence.
- Digital Trailblazers – Laurence Butet-Roch
-RIDM selection Homestay is one of several examples of the NFB’s leading edge on digital innovation and interactive content.
- Advocate – Liam Lacey
- Anbessa – CPC
- Andrey Tarkovsky. A Cinema Prayer – MA
- Animus Animalis (a story about People, Animals and Things) – CPC
- Belonging – MA
- Cavebirds – LL
- Conviction (Review 1) – LL
- Conviction (Review 2) – Inge Coolsaet
- The Cordillera of Dreams – MG
- Cunningham – DG
- Demonic – MA
- The Disappearance of My Mother – JG
- Drag Kids – MA
- Le fond de l’air – ML
- The Giverny Document – MA
- Jongué, A Nomad’s Jouney – ML
- Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger – PM
- MS Slavic 7 – PM
- nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up – MG
- No Crying at the Dinner Table – PM
- Overseas – MA
- A Place of Tide and Time – PM
- State Funeral – DG
- Symphony of the Ursus Factory – PM
- Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema – Maya Gallus
RIDM runs Nov. 14-24.
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