Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
Tracey Friesen's Story Money Impact: Funding Media for Social Change is a welcome companion for filmmakers exploring impact culture.
Maureen Judge tackles the plight of the overqualified and the underemployed in the new documentary My Millennial Life.
Angry Inuk by Alethea Arnaquq-Baril asks, “How does a culture with an understated anger confront a group that is exactly the opposite?”
Craig Atkinson’s Do Not Resist implies that for many in power, making America great again means turning it into a police state.
Alanis Obomsawin's Incident at Restigouche exposes the preposterous invasion of a Mi’kmaq reservation in Quebec by
provincial police armed to the teeth.
The Islands and the Whales chronicles the fight of a small community in the Faroe Islands, a remote island country just north of Scotland.
Dugma: The Button shows that planning suicide and mass murder doesn’t prevent you from being a regular burger and Pepsi loving dude
Pickle by Amy Nicholson is a delicious treat, a knockout of a film that shows a decidedly deft directorial touch.
Suited and Handsome and Majestic are two films that depict transgender stories.
Mully offers a complicated character study of faith and self-sacrifice with its profile of Kenyan entrepreneur Charles Mully.