Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
In Sirens, Rita Baghdadi explores the group Slave to Sirens fronted by Lilas Mayassi and Shery Bechara, and a country in flux.
Coded Bias director Shalini Kantayya explores the rise of the social media
Nina Menkes offers an academic study of the male gaze and the
Alanis Obomsawin's Trick or Treaty? considers recent events of the Idle No More movement with a look back at the 1905 agreement Treaty 9.
Dreams and despair share the frame in National Diploma, for Hamadi observes the students’ glory as well as their pain.
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness is a respectful portrait of Hayao Miyazaki and the animation palace of Studio Ghibli.
The Wanted 18 is one of the most entertaining and enlightening films you’ll see this year with its animated cows fighting for freedom.
In Beats of the Antonov, the range of voices, languages, and beats shows the fallacy of imposing one majority culture by force.
Joshua Oppenheimer follows his The Act of Killing with The Look of Silence: The killers had their story, and now the victims have theirs.
Director Ginafranco Rosi embraces the convoluted system and drives Sacro GRA in circles as he meditates upon a world in transition.
From the Bottom of the Lake is a behind the scenes look at Jane Campion's hit mini-series Top of the Lake with Elisabeth Moss.
The liberal humour of What is Left? brings an enlightened spirit to the screen.
A profoundly quiet film, Tour of Duty gives the memories of its participants room to breathe by moving at a slow and deliberate pace that challenges the viewer.