Reviews and interviews from the film festival circuit, including reports from TIFF, Hot Docs, Sundance, and Cannes.
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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
Ed Ackerman, subject of Special Ed, was born and raised in the core area of Winnipeg when it was vibrant, exciting, and full of life.
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.