Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
Brothers Jono Bergmann and Benji Bergmann craft a worthy portrait of famed Canadian designer Bruce Mau that explores his life and work.
Michelangelo Frammartino's Il Buco ponders the intangible mysteries of existence as curious
Inspired by Sable Island and its one constant human inhabitant Zoe Lucas,
In Rojek, Zaynê Akyol offers a haunting and poetic interrogation of
John Bolton brings the WTF factor to Hot Docs with the bizarre, ambitious, and ridiculously entertaining Aim for the Roses.
Chelsea McMullan's Michael Shannon Michael Shannon John is one of most original and off-the-cuff documentaries at Hot Docs.
Random Acts of Legacy restores decaying home movies shot by Silas Fung and, in turn, considers the representation of Asian-American lives.
Jacob Nossell mounts an ambitious production within Natural Disorder, but it turns into a head-scratcher rather than a mind-blower.
Audrie & Daisy is an accomplished film loaded with novelistic detail about the girls, their families, and the boys who betrayed them.
As The Incomparable Rose Hartman shows, the people taking the pictures can be far more interesting than the subjects within the frame.
A testament to fortitude, and a genuinely entertaining film, Chris Smith's American Movie remains a peerless feature doc.
Brett Story's The Prison in Twelve Landscapes eviscerates America’s prison industry: an immersive, absorbing, and damning film.
A nightmare version of Cheers, Hotel Coolgardie is set mostly in the bar with excursions to unattractive outlying terrain.
The Interrupters by Steve James traces a group of former gang members who intercede through outreach, trying to find common ground.