Issue 114, Spring/Summer 2021

Issue 114 - SPRING/SUMMER 2021

Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers’ Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy is a game-changer for community-based filmmaking. Plus a first look at Hot Docs and DOXA hits, and a deep dive on the “Netflix formula” with alternatives for doc fans. Subscribe today!

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Cover photo by Toonasa Photography.

Policy Matters: Ring the (inter)Net

Canadian Hertiage’s Bill C-10 sets forth amendments to the Broadcasting Act, following a recommendation by the Yale Report to tackle the dominance of tech giants in Canadian screen culture. The centrepiece is a radical departure from the past, with internet

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The Gig Economy

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Behind your favourite app is an army of invisible workers. Drivers and delivery services ensure we get our food on time and that we’re never late for a meeting. In countries worldwide, gig workers, often working for pennies, ensure our

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The Politics of Identity

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Someone Like Me In 2015, the Vancouver-based filmmaking team of Steve Adams and Sean Horlor were looking for a queer-themed documentary subject. At that point, anti-immigrant and -refugee sentiments were being inflamed, especially south of the border. But then one

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