Assessing the work of the 2007 Hot Docs Outstanding Achievement winner, Heddy Honigmann.
There’s more to Sylvie Van Brabant and Serge Giguère, the indie Quebec doc team of Les Productions du Rapide Blanc, than À force de rêves.
Anand Patwardhan has been called in the U.S. the “Michael Moore of Indian documentaries,” a quick-hit description of a dedicated artist and activist.
Smoked meat sandwiches, beluga whales and sci-fi - a look at producer Richard Elson's eclectic oeuvre
Yung Chang's astonishing breakthrough Up the Yangtze examines the development of the Three Gorges Dam and China in a state of transition.
On the silver anniversary of Films Transit, the finest sales agency for documentaries in Canada, CEO Jan Rofekamp speaks candidly on his career and the changing doc scene.
Nearly 50% of film school students are women and it’s little wonder they quickly get soul-worn and waylaid on their way to the director’s chair.
Jennifer Baichwal, director of Manufactured Landscapes (2006), on the aesthetics of suffering onscreen.
Looking at the storm of Shaw Cable Systems and the Canadian Television Fund (CTF) contribution freeze
Documentarians love to make earnest, socially engaged films about serious issues like the environment, but how is filmmaking sustainable?