This year’s Canadian documentary selection at the Vancouver International Film Festival is highlighted by a pair of portraits of gifted British Columbia-based artists: Natalie Boll and LaTiesha Fazakas’s Meet Beau Dick: Maker of Monsters,
The title of a 2007 documentary says it all: Let’s All Hate Toronto. Ontario is a province that houses two formidable capitals, and while Ottawa officially represents the seat of Canadian political power,
Henry Alex Rubin and Dana Adam Shapiro’s Murderball, a bracingly unsentimental look at the culture of quadriplegic rugby, is not only mainstream documentary filmmaking of a high order, but also undoubtedly the best
There is an indelible moment in Peter Raymont’s documentary Shake Hands With the Devil in which retired Canadian General Romeo Dallaire, ten years removed from his ordeal as the head of the embattled U.N.
A winking post-modern concoction that has, over its very short career, inspired reams of passionate critical response, Incident at Loch Ness is ostensibly about a spectacularly troubled production, mounted by the German documentary