Sam Dunn and Marc Ricciardelli deliver an old-school rock doc that should please fans of the band in Triumph: Rock & Roll Machine -- and hopefully attract some new fans along
Stefan Forbes’ investigative documentary Hold Your Fire recounts the events of the two-day hostage siege and asks questions about racial bias, hostage negotiations, and restorative justice.
Daniel Carsenty and Mohammed Abugeth's The Devil's Drivers is a high-octane human rights thriller with real world stakes thanks to its portrait of an underground taxi service that navigates the Israel/Palestine border.
Bianca Stigter asserts the presence of lives lost to the Holocaust in Three Minutes - A Lengthening, which interrogates a snippet of footage shot in Poland in 1938 and considers the history
Penny Lane's Listening to Kenny G playfully debates musical tastes by looking at the career of the iconic jazz man and the fine line between good sax and bad sax.
Julie Cohen and Betsy West tell all about why they decided to profile cookbook pioneer Julia Child in their new documentary Julia, which has its Canadian premiere at the Toronto International Film
Gian Cassini's Comala is a potent true crime family saga as the filmmaker explores his father's life as a hitman. He encounters the victims left to tell the tale in a country
Terril Calder's Meneath: The Island of Hidden Ethics is a darkly funny film about a baby Métis girl caught between a dance between Jesus's debilitating teachings and the healing wisdom of her