“A cat meowing at your feet, looking up at you, is life smiling at you,” says one of the many affectionate cat people of Kedi. “Those are the moments when we’re lucky
Dilip Mehta discusses his film Mostly Sunny, which profiles porn star Sunny Leone and the fight for women's rights in India as a patriarchal culture exploits women with one hand but exerts
Quebec filmmaking duo Mathieu Denis and Simon Lavoie create a defiant piece of radical cinema with Those Who Make Revolution Halfway Only Dig Their Own Graves, a rebellious hybrid drama about the
Doc fans with green thumbs are in for a treat with Sébastien Chabot’s sumptuous new doc The Gardener. The film, a highlight of this year’s Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival, takes
Hot Docs President Chris McDonald and Angry Inuk director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril are this year’s honourees for the Rogers-DOC Luminary Award and DOC Vanguard Award.
Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais talks about the doc What Lies Below, which accompanies fisherman/activist Lawrence Gunther around Canada’s water systems.
The DOC Institute announced the second annual DOC Institute Honours Award Winners last night and POV is proud to share the news that editor Marc Glassman was among the honourees. Glassman received