Real Queer

The queer connection to documentary filmmaking is longstanding and unmistakable. Around the world, fiction filmmakers have had to deal with a long history of censorship and repression, meaning images of LGBTQ characters were

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Unsettling the Nation*

Film histories are highly selective and reflect the biases, tastes and viewing experiences of those who write them. I hope that my following sampling of inward-looking political and activist docs may help

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A Structured Inequity

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This year’s Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival opened with Bee Nation, a crowd-pleasing feel-good story about First Nations kids and their families as they fought like hell to win Canada’s Spelling

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