You Are Here: A Come From Away Story (Canada, 84 min.) Dir. Moze Mossanen One doesn’t need to be able to afford exorbitantly priced theatre tickets to appreciate You Are Here. This Come From
“Distances and differences keep us apart, and we often forget to remind each other of our own stories,” says Ann Marie Fleming in her 2003 film The Magical Life of Long Tack Sam,
Still Tomorrow (China, 88 min.) Dir. Jian Fan Programme: Artscapes (Canadian Premiere) In half of China, things are happening: volcanoes erupt, rivers run dry, political prisoners and displaced workers are abandoned,
Steven Cantor's documentary Dancer profiles Sergei Polunin, aka the 'bad boy of ballet'.
Reset takes audiences behind the scenes as Benjamin Millepied embarks on his new responsibility as the dance director of the Paris Opera Ballet.
Best Worst Thing That Ever Happened offers a story to which anybody in the arts can relate: failure.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (USA, 144 min.) Directed by Julie Taymor “It really gives you every best seat in the house,” laughs director Julie Taymor during an extended conversation with IndieWire’s
Reflections on the Golden Age of television arts programming in Canada, and the disappearance of these docs as broadcasting declined.
Canadian Art Reel Artists Film Festival has cornered the Toronto's film festival market on contemporary documentaries about visual artists.
Mozartballs and Burnt Toast are two musical documentaries by Larry Weinstein that assert his unique vision, style, and appeal.