Sturla Gunnarson’s David Suzuki documentary Force of Nature is among the Canadian doc highlights of TIFF 2010.
"Crappy producers give birth to horrible films, then get shameful envelopes to produce even more commercial shit." - Denis Côté
Joe Berlinger’s Crude triggers a First Amendment battle over a documentary about Amazon rainforest people taking on Chevron.
When was the last time you saw a film, fictional or factual, about the threat of nuclear war? But according to Lucy Walker, director of Countdown To Zero, that threat is still very real.
Filming in the streets of Toronto during the recent G-8/G-20 Summit was a very strange and unsettling experience.
Modern copyright affects every filmmaker, every musician, every photographer—every artist—in Canada now that consumption is digital.
Sturla Gunnarsson's Force of Nature profiles Canadian icon and environmentalist David Suzukui, known for his hit series The Nature of Things.
The dance doc has made significant leaps in capturing and controlling a moveable art form, from modern to ballet to the folkloric movements of a nation.
Aaron Davis is an eclectic composer, arranger and keyboardist who is equally known as a founding member of the Holly Cole Trio and as a prolific composer of film music.
Director Michael McNamara spotlights the nocturnal world—and why it should be preserved—in Acquainted with the Night.
For independent artists in American docs, the support structure has always been less defined and promoted than it has been for organizations.