Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
Nicola Constantino: the Artefacta, is a beautifully crafted film exploring the philosophies, work and life of a thought-provoking artist
Missing People follows Martina Batan, director of the prestigious New York City art gallery Ronald Feldman Fine Arts.
Shoulder the Lion is a beautifully crafted meditation on resilience and the power of men and women to overcome debilitating obstacles.
Michael Beach Nichols and Christopher K. Walker’s Welcome to Leith is one of the most viscerally terrifying documentaries in recent memory.
Alex Winter's meticulously researched, impartial, and prescient Deep Web casts an eye upon the problematic future of national security.
Western further establishes brothers Bill Ross and Turner Ross as two of the most thoughtful voices in documentary.
Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon's Best of Enemies examines the long-running televised rivalry between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley, Jr.
Rob Cohen's humorous doc explores how there isn’t an essential item, food, or phrase that typifies Being Canadian.
Sunshine Superman features some of the most breathtaking imagery ever caught on film. The doc makes you feel as if you can fly.
Reviews of the TIFF 2014 short docs A Tomb with a View, Red Alert, Chop My Money, 130919 – A Portrait of Marina Abramovic, and Papa Machete.