Road movies directed by women display a sense of curiosity in what is traditionally one of cinema's more male-dominated genres.
Are lecture films the Bran Flakes of documentary? How does the power of the direct address work in the age of Ted Talks and video diaries?
It’s a frigid February evening in Whitehorse when Tanya Tagaq takes the stage. She’s in a black dress and still buzzing from her recent Polaris Prize win. “I just want to tell the children
An appreciation of programmer and filmmaker Lynne Fernie's contribution to the Canadian scene upon her retirement from Hot Docs.
Nettie Wild's KONELĪNE: our land beautiful, is a stunning portrait of those who live and work in northern British Columbia.
Isiah Medina's 88:88 is a daring piece of work that feels like it’s been engineered by a DJ: fast cuts, raw energy and pulsating emotion.