Marc Glassman is the editor of POV Magazine and contributes film reviews to Classical FM. He is an adjunct professor at Toronto Metropolitan University and is the treasurer of the Toronto Film Critics Association.
Terra Jean Long's Feet in Water, Head on Fire captures he mutable history, complexity, and contradictions of the Coachella Valley.
Crush: Message in a Bottle, Maya Gallus's documentary about Ontario winemakers, shows how local flavours evolve over time.
Filmmaker, musician, and composer James Carson shares his creative process and the global influences that inspires him in Cabin Music.
There's lots of music but few revelations in Rudy Valdez's respectful portrait of musician Carlos Santana.
Charlotte's Castle observes residents leading the fight to save Toronto's Spadina Gardens from developers.
Chris Wilcha's documentary Flipside offers a reminder about what it’s like to create something that has meaning to a community.
POV editor Marc Glassman offers a speculative take on the documentaries at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
D. Smith documents the lives of four Black transwomen and sex workers in her candid and promising feature debut Kokomo City.
Remembering John Kastner, whose contribution to documentary was recently honoured with an award presented in his name at Hot Docs.
Sam Pollard's documentary The League chronicles the history and heyday of the Negro Baseball League and its impact for Black athletes.