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!
Cover photo by Toonasa Photography.
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers’ Kímmapiiyipitssini:The Meaning of Empathy weaves together a broad portrait of the impact of settler colonialism on Blackfoot people, through firsthand experiences of people with substance use disorder, and the frontline workers who answer the calls to treat them.Read More
Since 2017, I have had the distinct pleasure of serving as the chair of a preliminary judging committee for the Peabody Awards in broadcasting and digital media. Along with two graduate students from the Feirstein School of Cinema at BrooklynRead More
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 internetRead More
Félix Dufour-Laperrière’s Archipelago is an animated essay that navigates territories real and imagined while interrogating the mythology and history of Quebec.Read More
It was the late, great Freddie Mercury who famously asked, “Who wants to live forever?” Ann Shin’s A.rtificial I.mmortality provocatively tries to answer this quandary and asks questions of her own.Read More