Rosana Matecki's Saturday Night explores the tango of alienation and inclusion in urban life as the director visits a dance hall through the perspectives of two immigrants.
Bianca Stigter asserts the presence of lives lost to the Holocaust in Three Minutes - A Lengthening, which interrogates a snippet of footage shot in Poland in 1938 and considers the history
Julie Cohen and Betsy West tell all about why they decided to profile cookbook pioneer Julia Child in their new documentary Julia, which has its Canadian premiere at the Toronto International Film
Terril Calder's Meneath: The Island of Hidden Ethics is a darkly funny film about a baby Métis girl caught between a dance between Jesus's debilitating teachings and the healing wisdom of her
In the short documentary Bend or Break, Mitchell Martow recounts his experience with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and the journey to diagnosis, to directors Karan Sharma and Sidhant Sharma. The short doc is the
An interview with In the Same Breath director Nanfu Wang on documenting censorship, surveillance, propaganda, and misinformation through the lens of COVID-19.
Who expected a whale to be the most relatable film character of 2021? The Loneliest Whale delivers a touching quest to explore the truth about a mysterious whale that swims through the
For over a decade, Mark Cousins has provided some of the most ambitious filmmaking regarding the art of cinema itself. His epic The Story of Film: An Odyssey was structured as a
Last summer, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark took audiences on a hunt for a killer. Adapting the book, work, and dogged curiosity sparked of cold case sleuth Michelle McNamara, I’ll Ge
“It usually started with: ‘you were a slave,’ when I was growing up, and that’s just not the case,” director Maya Annik Bedward tells me. We’re discussing what led the Jamaican French-Canadian