Mr. SOUL! Dir. Sam Pollard & Melissa Haizlip USA, 102 minutes Special Presentations (International Premiere) Mr. SOUL! weaves together two stories; the development of SOUL! the television show, and the personal evolution
Two Trains Runnin’ (USA, 80 min.) Dir. Sam Pollard The number of good American music docs that combine the songs of the South with the nation’s turbulent history of racism are
My Piece of the City (Canada, 60 min.) Dir. Moze Mossanen Earlier this year, Charles Officer’s Unarmed Verses wowed audiences at Hot Docs and other festivals with its story of youths
Unarmed Verses (Canada, 85 min.) Dir. Charles Officer The thought experiment called the ship of Theseus asks if a boat remains the same if one removes all of its boards and
Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me (USA, 100 min.) Dir. Sam Pollard Programme: TIFF Docs (World Premiere) Sam Pollard, who directed Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me, has an extensive
Like a confident performer, Step struts up to the stage with a cool swagger and throws down the glove before it makes your spirit soar.
Raoul Peck delivers an essential essay on race in America with I Am Not Your Negro.
Academy Award nominee Hubert Davis returns to the basketball court with the inspiring feature documentary Giants of Africa.
For the Washington D.C. filmmaking team of Dana Flor and Toby Oppenheimer, their second collaboration, Check It is up close and personal.
Steve James' Hoop Dreams was declared a masterpiece early on, and decades later its prestige hasn’t diminished one bit.