Complete coverage from the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, North America's largest doc fest.
Debra Zimmerman has taken the feminist non-profit Women Make Movies from grassroots production facility to the world’s largest distribution outlet of films by and about women.
Director Ann Shin recounts her experience making The Defector: Escape from North Korea and learning new ways to see the world.
A battered yet indefatigable optimism suffuses the work of Alan Zweig, the Toronto filmmaker behind 15 Reasons to Live at Hot Docs 2013.
Spring & Arnaud follows the esteemed Canadian artists Spring Hurlbut met Arnaud Maggs during the final years of Maggs’s life.
Oil Sands Karaoke offers a humanizing look at a town that has experienced unprecedented growth due to the environmentally dangerous oil industry.
Occupy: The Movie is a kind of balancing act, and time will tell if its large scope elicits the same impassioned responses Occupy: The Movement did.
Juliet Lammers and Lorraine Price took cameras on the road to create Last Woman Standing, the historic story of Canada’s two top-ranked female boxers.
In Tales From the Organ Trade, Ric Bienstock reinforces her hard-earned reputation for slipping a camera into impossible places.
In Chi, Anne Wheeler documents the ups and downs of the cancer treatments that Babz Chula finds excruciating but accepts with hope.
Buying Sex introduces a Canadian legal case being tried to remove prohibitions on communicating for the purposes of prostitution in public