An interview with director Justine Harbonnier about her award-winning documentary Caiti Blues and sharing the story of an aspiring singer.
With The Walk, Honeyland director Tamara Kotevksa delivers a cinematically stunning portrait of the migration crisis through eyes of a child and a giant statue.
An interview with Orlando, My Political Biography director Paul B. Preciado about transforming biography and Virginia Woolf by centering trans stories.
Keith Lock traces his family history and, in turn, the stories of other Chinese-Canadian families omitted from records in Relics of Love and War.
The Trials of Alan Dershowitz gives the infamous New York lawyer a relatively bland doc treatment that tells us lots about his cases, but little about the man himself.
Apolonia, Apolonia leads the 2023 IDA Awards nominations with four, while Milisuthando and The Mother of All Lies score three.
An interview with La guardia blanca director Julien Elie about his powerful documentary that poetically observes a potent human rights issue in Mexico.
Janice Dawe to receive Rogers-DOC Luminary Award and Noura Kevorkian the DOC Vanguard Award at this year's DOC Institute Honours.
Terra Jean Long's Feet in Water, Head on Fire captures he mutable history, complexity, and contradictions of the Coachella Valley.
Emily Packer offers an unexpected study of the intersection between genderqueer identities and oysters in Holding Back the Tide.