How many love stories can say they’ve spanned decades, crossed borders, and traversed genres? A tender tale of migration and belonging fuels Heidi Ewing's hybrid drama I Carry You with Me.
RIDM announces five films for its 2021 festival, including the Quebecois docs Upstairs (Dehors Serge Dehors) and Petit Tom. This year's festival will be a hybrid event with live premieres and digital encores.
An interview with In the Same Breath director Nanfu Wang on documenting censorship, surveillance, propaganda, and misinformation through the lens of COVID-19.
“Her whole life story presented a fully realised, accomplished, and smart person apart from her husband. Empowering women to create deliciousness…amen to that!”
Julia from RBG directors Julie Cohen and Betsy West adds more star power to the TIFF Docs line-up, while names like Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin join Industry side.
While Sparkling: The Story of Champagne is hardly a tough topic for a documentary, it does allow viewers to enjoy the wonderful drink.
Vancouver Queer Film Festival spotlights a Drag Race fan favourite, the queer history of Sunset Boulevard, and kinks of all kinds.
Obomsawin’s new doc Honour to Senator Murray Sinclair debuts at TIFF’s “Celebrating Alanis” retrospective.
Alanis Obomsawin's Honour to Murrary Sinclair will debut within TIFF's "Celebrating Alanis" retrospective, while TIFF also announced the annual Platform competition and Short Cuts selections.
Featuring dynamic camera work and vibrant colours, Art Kabuki immerses audiences cinematically in the experience of traditional Japanese theatre.