What is a feminist film? This question can cause confusion when it comes to reflecting on the history of filmmaking that’s been labeled as such, given that the definitions will vary depending
Tiffany Hsiung's The Apology considers what it means to say sorry as three "comfort women" seek acknowledgement for the crimes against them.
Rama Rau's Hot Docs opener The League of Exotique Dancers explores the power of burlesque and flipping the gaze.
Milk by Noemi Weis, Speed Sisters by Amber Fares, and Mom and Me by Lena Macdonald highlight female filmmakers at Hot Docs 2015.
Tell me about yourself,” says an off-screen Alanis Obomsawin to Randy Horne, the subject of her short documentary Spudwrench: Kahnawake Man (1997). This type of inquiry is, of course, essential to any
Come Worry With Us! by Hélène Klodawsky, The Sower by Julie Perron, and Absences by Carole Laganière are three very different films by women.
Liz Marshall's The Ghosts in Our Machine follows photographer and activist Jo-Anne MacArthur as she fights for animal rights.
Michelle Latimer's feature documentary debut Alias is a cinema vérité portrait of Toronto's vibrant urban music scene.