Complete coverage from the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, North America's largest doc fest.
Trish Dolan's Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson and David York's Wiebo's War offer radical portraits of environmental renegades.
In the documentary Steam of Life, Joonas Berghäll and his co-director Mika Hotakainen explore a peculiar male vulnerability that swarms the hot box of sixteen different saunas across Finland.
Can documentaries break with tradition and become truly avant garde? Mike Hoolboom's Mark and Yuval Sagiv's How I Filmed the War prove it's possible.
In the Name of the Family and Life with Murder are tragic and terrifying films by John Kastner and Shelley Saywell.
At 76, Alanis Obomsawin is circling back to her early focus on language, education, and children. “I want to make a series of short children’s films,” she tells me.
Jennifer Baichwal and Nick de Pencier discuss their documentary Act of God, which opens the 2009 Hot Docs Film Festival.
If air travel is immoral, and the Internet has contracted geography, then what kind of window is the documentary screen today?
At 86, veteran filmmaker Richard Leacock comes to Canada for Hot Docs’ Outstanding Achievement retrospective.
POV surveys Hot Docs’ exciting selection of films from Iran, a country noted for works that intersect between fiction and documentaries.
The 2007 Hot Docs Festival spotlights Central and Eastern Europe. Is there a new documentary wave on the horizon?