Diving into the art and politics of documentary through essays, filmmaker conversations, backgrounders, op-eds, previews, lists, and long reads.
Louis Malle has always been one of the more ungraspable figures associated with the French New Wave, but his documentary work demands a new look.
Having attended the ZeroOne festival of electronic art and symposium of the Inter-Society for Electronic Art (ISEA), Wolfe reports on how new media will affect Canada’s indie scene in the coming few
Shih traces the rapid growth of Asian-Canadian filmmaking through the 10th anniversaries of festivals in Toronto and Vancouver.
Dutch doc maker Leonard Retel Helmrich applies camera wizardry to compassionate tales of his mother’s native Indonesia.
One of the most radical events in Toronto history, Nuit Blanche brought over 420,000 people on the street overnight to look at art. Elia, Perdue and Cole tell the story of a
One of the most radical events in Toronto history, Nuit Blanche brought over 420,000 people on the street overnight to look at art.
Ezra Winton’s documentary screening programme at Concordia University in Montreal regularly draws 400 people. How does he do it—and can it grow?
After an artistic lifetime spent educating those of us who should have known of these things long ago, Obomsawin now wishes to return to the most important link in the chain and
In a remarkable career that has just entered its fiftieth year, Allan King is among Canada's most distinguished filmmakers.
Artists Douglas Gordon and Philippe Parreno examined football (soccer) and its most controversial figure in Zidane.