Issue 108 - Spring/Summer 2018
Grant Baldwin’s This Mountain Life is a thrilling journey through the Coastal Mountains and among the new crop of Canadian docs at Hot Docs and DOXA. Subscribe today!
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In honour of Hot Docs’ 25th anniversary, the POV team picks some of the highlight films and events from the festival so far.Read More
From the first shot of Jean-François Caissy’sFirst Stripes, you know you’re in for something more interesting than the usual Hot Docs fare.Read More
Yuqi Kang has made a film that’s rich in its appreciation of the vagaries of life—and sadness is only one of many emotions evoked in A Little Wisdom.Read More
Grant Baldwin's This Mountain Life is a thrilling and beautifully shot odyssey through the Coastal Mountains of British Columbia.Read More
Is Super Channel up to its old tricks again? If Super Channel doesn’t have the foresight to cash-flow their own business, and if they can’t honour their deals, they shouldn’t have a performance envelope at the CMF.Read More
Canada’s media establishment got it right when they approached Jesse Wente to be the first director of the new Indigenous Screen Office (ISO). Articulate and passionate, Wente has been a cultural columnist for CBC Radio since 1996. Until last fall, Wente was theRead More
Watching powerful films and talking about sexual violence as a longstanding institutional problem, we can hope to reach a more forthright way to understand, and bring about change.Read More
Mathieu Peirre Dagonas is the new executive director of the Documentary Organization of Canada (DOC). He has 15 years of political affairs experience, which includes working in senior provincial government roles. In 2011, Mathieu led the team that won Mike Crawley theRead More
Barbara Kopple's Harlan County, USA set the standard for other fictional films about class struggles and the populist documentary films of Michael Moore.Read More
Victory Day, Sergei Loznitsa’s new film, takes place in the present and serves as a sort of companion piece to Austerlitz.Read More