Diving into the art and politics of documentary through essays, filmmaker conversations, backgrounders, op-eds, previews, lists, and long reads.
At this year’s Hot Docs, it became clear that broadcasters are insisting on upgrading quickly to HD (high definition).
Kathleen M. Smith remembers Roberto Ariganello, who passed away on August 13, 2006. He was a respected filmmaker, teacher, and mentor.
When Bensimon was appointed NFB Film Commissioner, he embarked on an ambitions five-year plan. Who well did he do? A conversation with Bensimon and Tom Perlmutter.
Established in 1989-90 by Zacharias Kunuk, Paul Apak, Pauloosie Qulitalik and Norman Cohn, Isuma has been a nexus for community-based filmmaking.
Since it first popped up in Toronto in the early ’90s, Cuppa Coffee has consistently taken a wide ranging approach to animation.
CinemaNet Europe is more than a digital distribution network for documentary cinema. It is also a system of partner programmes in various EU countries.
Resolutely Canadian, Raymont has made films for social change in Nicaragua, Rwanda and Igloolik. A career-spanning interview with the director of Shake Hands with the Devil.
Short notes delivered by Canadian documentary filmmaker Peter Wintonick on the occasion of receiving the Governor General Award for Visual and Media Arts, given in the presence of their Excellencies The Right
If you want to make a difference but don’t know where to start, then Video for Change: A Guide for Advocacy and Activism is the book for you.
The Documentary Organization of Canada's executive director confronted Telefilm Canada's Elizabeth Friesen at the Banff World Television Festival. Here's the skinny.