Filmmakers Lisa Jackson, Joannie Lafrenière, and Aïcha Diop join host Aisha Jamal in a conversation about finding the right format to tell their stories.
Aisha Jamal joins filmmakers Yung Chang, Ngardy Conteh George, and Baljit Sangra in conversation about fleshing out the themes of their documentaries.
Kazik Radwanski’s Anne at 13,000 ft is this year’s winner of the Rogers Best Canadian Film Award from the Toronto Film Critics Association. Anne took the top prize in a live reveal
DOC responds to the NFB’s strategic plan with steps that include restoring production spending and committing to greater racial and filmmaker representation.
Collective won the Allan King Documentary Award at the 24th annual Toronto Film Critics Association Awards. It was Superbowl Sunday for TFCA members as critics from the Toronto group convened via Zoom
The recent CBC/Radio Canada CRTC hearings saw DOC advocate on behalf of Canadian documentary filmmakers during the broadcaster’s license renewal at a time when CBC is reducing investment in documentaries.
Claude Joli-Coeur, Julie Roy, and Jérôme Dufour discuss the 2020-2023 strategic plan released by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), which emphasizes creators and audience engagement
With the stakes so high for crews and participants in this moment of historic pandemic and protest, should documentary filmmakers be picking up their cameras? Barri Cohen considers filmmaking amid the COVID-19