Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
Analogue Revolution: How Feminist Media Changed the World tells the stories of writers, artists, and activists who created spaces for women's voices.
The Eighth Floor by Pedro Ruiz shares the story of former FLQ member Jacques Lanctôt in a hybrid film with a poetic twist.
Lea Glob's Apolonia, Apolonia offers a years-in-the-making portrait of artist Apolonia Sokol as they both find their voice as creators.
Oscar-nominated short docs The Last Repair Shop, The ABCs of Book Banning, Nai Nai and Wai Po, The Barber of Little Rock, and Island in Between make for a strong group of contenders.
Aubrey Gordon shares her work as an activist and writer countering anti-fat bias in Jeanie Finlay's documentary Your Fat Friend.
In Manufacturing the Threat Amy Miller explores the story of Ana Korody and Omar Nuttall being manipulated for the Canada Day bomb plot in 2013 by the Canadian state.
Chris Smith's Devo feels weirdly normal for a portrait of the counter-cultural rock group that defied convention.
Seeking Mavis Beacon follows two women on the hunt for the woman who was the face of a 1987 typing program, but deeper truths get lost when personal matters override the clues.
Thevevents of the January 6, 2021 insurrection at the Washington Capitol inspire a simulation to protect democracy's downfall in War Game.
Dawn Porter chronicles the life and work of music icon Luther Vandross in Never Too Much, an overdue portrait of the man and his music.