Hate. It’s raw, visceral and, in the rising global craziness of 2018, we see it every day. We also see it on screens. Raoul Peck’s documentary I Am Not Your Negro (2016), inspired by
When Nettie Wid’s KONELĪNE: our land beautiful (2016) collected three Canadian Screen Award nominations this year, it was another highlight in British Columbia’s rich documentary legacy. It’s a history of innovation, resilience and
If you were to make a documentary about the life of Bonnie Sherr Klein, you might begin with the old episodes of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand.
Larry Kent was the first feature filmmaker to make English-Canadian movies with the urgency of the European new waves of the 1960s but his work was barely seen by audiences and ignored