What can Sweden's commitment to 50/50 parity teach the North American industry?
Gayby Baby centres on the lives and learning curves of four children in Australia of same-sex parents.
The Cult of JT LeRoy holds up a cracked mirror, probing into the complex cultural, psychological, and socially-reinforced motivations for pulling off, and buying into, such a scam
From This Day Forward succeeds as a contemporary telling of self-acceptance, unpacking family resentments, and enduring spousal love.
Erotica, Exotica, Etc. is an expressionistic meditation on the sea, the men who work it, and the women who love those men.
Over The Rainbow is a heartwarming, it’s-never-too-late, portrait of Leny, a Dutch woman who discovered her sexual identity at 68.
After a long hiatus from filmmaking, Not A Love Story's Bonnie Sherr Klein returns with a doc on disability, love and survival.
Nuit Blanche turned out to be more avant-garde than a new façade or exhibition space could hope to be because it was a gift of interconnectedness, a kind of “positive emotional activism.”
From the Lumière Brothers, Georges Méliès, the Nouvelle Vague and cinéma verité, where would documentary be without France?
Profiling British documentarian Kim Longinotto whose work champions women and children fighting oppression and discrimination. Sisters in Law is her latest offering.