Issue 99 - Fall 2015
Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein confront the growing environmental crisis in This Changes Everything, which brings Klein’s popular book to the screen.
Cover photo by Brian St. Denis.
Barri Cohen reflects on the Canadian Media Guild's Guide to Working in Canadian Factual TV Production.Read More
ilmmaker Avi Lewis and writer Naomi Klein are partners in life, work and social action. They have been sounding the alarm for years, expertly describing the mechanisms that have led to the perilous world in which we live today. KleinRead More
Despite the optimism, Mina Shum's Ninth Floor does not provide easy uplift any more than it solves the big mystery of the Sir George Williams University riot.Read More
Davis Guggenheim talks about education, Al Gore and He Named Me Malala, about Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai.Read More
Alan Franey and Terry McEvoy discuss the documentaries as the 2015 Vancouver International Film Festival.Read More
New films from Chelsea McMullan, Phyllis Ellis, Ondi Timoner and more highlight female-directed offerings at the Vancouver International Film Fest.Read More
Brian M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky curate a selection of films at RIDM based around photographic images in the series A Photographer’s Eye.Read More
What can Sweden's commitment to 50/50 parity teach the North American industry?Read More
Male industry honchos still aren’t really that interested in hearing what women have to say. How can the film industry achieve gender parity?Read More
Darrell Varga’s book John Walker’s Passage is essentially an auteurist study of the filmmaker himself, bound up with an in-depth analysis of his 2008 hybrid film.Read More