Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
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.
The Overnighters deftly follows its riveting story arc from our initial impressions of Pastor Reinke’s determined benevolence to a disturbing reveal.
Overall, Alexandre O. Philippe's Doc of the Dead is a fan’s affectionate Mondo Zombie intended mainly for other aficionados.
Randy Murray’s The Joe Show zeroes in on American pulp reality with its look at Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, “America’s toughest sheriff."
Divide in Concord rejects debate in favour of an inflammatory, emotionally manipulative plea that's likely to sharpen pre-existing opinions.
I am Big Bird: The Carrol Spinney Story is a triumphant tear-jerker about the man behind the beloved Sesame Street icon.
Meet the Patels illustrates the tension of upholding family values in a culture that moves at a greater pace than tradition does.
An Honest Liar takes the perspective of renowned magician James “The Amazing” Randi to explore truth, deception, and perception.
Marinoni is a true crowd pleaser. This endearing doc by Tony Giradin (Hockey Migrations) charms from beginning to end.
Love Me follows a host of characters who, for one reason or another, decide to look online and travel overseas to Ukraine to find love.