In zo reken, Emanuel Licha’s second feature-length documentary, the powerful symbolism of white Toyota Land Cruisers, commonly used by international NGOs and the police, is turned on its head. “This vehicle means
It was the late, great Freddie Mercury who famously asked, “Who wants to live forever?” Ann Shin’s A.rtificial I.mmortality provocatively tries to answer this quandary and asks questions of her own.
No Ordinary Man, which tells the story of American jazz pianist and trans man Billy Tipton, is no ordinary music documentary. Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt bring contemporary relevance by foregrounding present-day
Canadian director Ben Proudfoot discusses his Oscar-shortlisted doc A Concerto Is a Conversation, directed with composer Kris Bowers, which recently screened at Sundance.
An interview with Academy Award winning director Freida Lee Mock on her Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary Ruth – Justice Ginsburg in Her Own Words and bringing an American icon's story to the
“I realized how women want to move in a sensual way to reconnect with our bodies, not necessarily just to do pole tricks," says Michèle Ohayon on her Netflix doc Strip Down,
Much of 2020 was shaped by moments captured via cellphone in which police officers were seen leaning on the neck of George Floyd as he gasped for air. This brutal act of
Director Sam Hobkinson discusses his Sundance selection Misha and the Wolves, a too-wild-to-be-true tale about a dirty lie and the art of good telling a good story.
Rodney Ascher, best known for his look at Shining obsessives in Room 237, returns with another round of cinematic and philosophical indulgences in A Glitch in the Matrix. Focusing primarily on so-called