Master doc-makers D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus on their new film Unlocking the Cage and other career highs like The War Room and Don’t Look Back.
Joe Berlinger discusses his latest film Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru about the popular and controversial motivational speaker. The doc debuts at Hot Docs 2016.
Tell me about yourself,” says an off-screen Alanis Obomsawin to Randy Horne, the subject of her short documentary Spudwrench: Kahnawake Man (1997). This type of inquiry is, of course, essential to any
The Doc Summit began in 2004 as a policy conference at Hot Docs in Toronto, and evolved into a major yearlong research project. Telefilm Canada (TFC) and the National Film Board (NFB),
BANFF DIARY – SHE SAID By Debra Felstead Born and bred in Ontario, I am startled by the raw beauty of the Albertan Rockies. They will probably always throw me into a
Snowy February in Toronto, Sunnyside of the Doc Rendezvous: a pitching session between French and Canadian producers and broadcasters. I’m here as a double agent—autodidact on assignment. Inspired, I learn lots and
I’m sitting on free transit in Park City, Utah, watching the warm sun recede over the pristine ski-hilled Wasatch Mountains, talking to young Gabrielle. She’s a blond, brown-eyed, squeaky-clean, super-nice, single-mom Utah
Ah, memories of Oscar, from Audrey Hepburn hiking up her dress to show NFB director Eunice Macaulay her outrageously high heels, to Oscar winning NFB animators, up on the big stage, frozen
2004 marked the end of an era for the Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF). After 28 years, the festival is going annual. Why depart from the successful alternating year format? Well, there