Complete coverage from the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, North America's largest doc fest.
On the surface, nothing much seems to happen in Shawney Cohen's The Manor, Hot Docs 2013’s opening night film. And yet at the same time it does.
Liz Marshall's The Ghosts in Our Machine follows photographer and activist Jo-Anne MacArthur as she fights for animal rights.
Michelle Latimer's feature documentary debut Alias is a cinema vérité portrait of Toronto's vibrant urban music scene.
The world’s oldest profession gets a perspicacious spin in a handful of judicious films at Hot Docs 2012.
One of the great pleasures of being at festivals is the opportunity to meet filmmakers. They can teach and inspire you.
Michel Brault’s seminal work in documentary is honoured with the 2012 Outstanding Achievement Award by Hot Docs.
Hot Doc’s Canadian Spectrum is an eagerly anticipated survey of the current crop of Can-docs. Here’s the skinny.
Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky's Indie Game: The Movie makes its Hot Docs debut after scoring an editing prize in Sundance's World Cinema competition.
With four successful films in 10 years, and a recent marriage and a baby, Alan Zweig is cautiously happy, but admits it wasn’t always so.
Like most niche fests, Hot Docs emerged humbly when the Documentary Organization of Canada established it in 1993 as an industry insider’s event, but it's since grown into a premiere worldwide event.