The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne, The Devil's Lair, Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer, and 12 O'Clock Boys bring new takes on true crime to Hot Docs.
Bà nôi, Alphée of the Stars, and Brand New River showcase Quebecois voices among the Canadian films at Hot Docs 2013.
A survey of Hot Docs shorts including Just As I Remember, Softening, Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam, and Packing Up the Wagon.
Debra Zimmerman has taken the feminist non-profit Women Make Movies from grassroots production facility to the world’s largest distribution outlet of films by and about women.
A battered yet indefatigable optimism suffuses the work of Alan Zweig, the Toronto filmmaker behind 15 Reasons to Live at Hot Docs 2013.
Spring & Arnaud follows the esteemed Canadian artists Spring Hurlbut met Arnaud Maggs during the final years of Maggs’s life.
Oil Sands Karaoke offers a humanizing look at a town that has experienced unprecedented growth due to the environmentally dangerous oil industry.
Occupy: The Movie is a kind of balancing act, and time will tell if its large scope elicits the same impassioned responses Occupy: The Movement did.
Juliet Lammers and Lorraine Price took cameras on the road to create Last Woman Standing, the historic story of Canada’s two top-ranked female boxers.
In Tales From the Organ Trade, Ric Bienstock reinforces her hard-earned reputation for slipping a camera into impossible places.