Steve James' Hoop Dreams was declared a masterpiece early on, and decades later its prestige hasn’t diminished one bit.
It’s been 20 years since Steve James' Hoop Dreams reached North American movie theatres and the film has not lost its immersive power.
It’s hard to believe, but a quarter-century has passed since Nik Sheehan made the first Canadian documentary response to the AIDS epidemic, No Sad Songs.
A recently reconstructed doc by Pier Paolo Pasolini proves his insights—on war, the media, work, and religion—remain timely.
In an exclusive collaboration with TIFF, POV is pleased to publish an excerpt from Loiselle’s new book on Michel Brault.