POV sat down with John Kastner to talk about his films and career as he was preparing for the premiere of Out of Mind, Out of Sight at Hot Docs.
I am Big Bird: The Carrol Spinney Story is a triumphant tear-jerker about the man behind the beloved Sesame Street icon.
Meet the Patels illustrates the tension of upholding family values in a culture that moves at a greater pace than tradition does.
Marinoni is a true crowd pleaser. This endearing doc by Tony Giradin (Hockey Migrations) charms from beginning to end.
Love Me follows a host of characters who, for one reason or another, decide to look online and travel overseas to Ukraine to find love.
Ukraine Is Not a Brothel hinges on a third act twist that is absolutely fascinating, and ultimately throws into question all we understand about FEMEN.
Velvet Terrorists offers fascinating character studies three rebels, who fought the old Communist regime in Czechoslovakia and lived to tell their tales.
Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart tells of a successful woman embroiled in controversial crimes, previously seen in the Nicole Kidman film To Die For
oncerning Violence is powerfully driven by narrated text drawn from Frantz Fanon’s iconic 1962 book The Wretched of the Earth.
Combining original songwriting, dry humour, and creative storytelling, American Interior is a unique tale that is sure to leave audiences smiling.