Terril Calder's Meneath: The Island of Hidden Ethics is a darkly funny film about a baby Métis girl caught between a dance between Jesus's debilitating teachings and the healing wisdom of her
Mamoru Hosoda pays tribute to the career of late animator Satoshi Kon, the master filmmaker behind works such as Paprika and Millennium Actress.
Félix Dufour-Laperrière’s Archipelago is an animated essay that navigates territories real and imagined while interrogating the mythology and history of Quebec.
Vicenta, an Argentinian mother, desperately seeks an abortion for her mentally disabled daughter after she’s raped by her uncle and faces a biased and incompetent judicial system. Denying women their reproductive rights
Sundance reviews for Flee ("documents the unfilmable"), Rebel Hearts ("entertaining and vivid"), and The Most Beautiful Boy in the World ("adopts an undercurrent of homophobia").
The Unseen (Iran, 62 min.) Dir. Behzad Nalbandi In Iran, people refer to the homeless as “cardboard sleepers.” Knowing this name evokes a disquieting sense of melancholia, as we gaze out a
The most artistic animation is made as shorts. You’ve got to hand it to Ron Diamond. The veteran producer who heads up Acme Filmworks has been responsible for creating animation shorts in
To celebrate the 80th anniversary of the National Film Board of Canada, eight POV writers share their picks for the top ten films in the history of the NFB. From documentary features,
Chris Dainty’s animated documentary Shannon Amen is as raw and organic as the materials from which it was made. Using a mixture of ice, animation, and even his own blood, Dainty resurrects