The 2022 Hot Docs Hub!
Your destination for reviews, interviews, and news from this year's festival.
The Thief Collector engages those who are looking to have some fun by playing detective and drawing tenuous conclusions.
Reed Harkness has made a wonderful once-in-a-lifetime film with Sam Now, which is filled with intimate family footage.
Eternal Spring directed by Jason Loftus named the winner of the overall Hot Docs Audience Award as determined by the public votes.
Juan Cifuentes Mera’s Corrupted is a harrowing probe into mental breakdown that plays out in nonstop fragments of consciousness.
Eternal Spring, directed by Jason Loftus, wins the Hot Docs Rogers Audience Award for Canadian film while Okay! (The ADS Band Film) and Unloved are runners-up.
Il Postoo / A Steady Job observes Italy's job market in a state of crisis and asks what it says about society when we afford so little security to frontline workers.
Tito Catacora’s documentary Pakucha pays tribute to the sacred creatures of alpacas and signals the higher power they evoke.
Cathryne Czubek’s Once Upon a Time in Uganda is a tale of tenacity, a tumultuous friendship, and a wild look at Wakaliwood.
In Who We Will Have Been, Erec Brehmer explores the death of his girlfriend, Angelina Zeidler, by reflecting upon photos and videos.
Geographies of Solitude, directed by Jacquelyn Mills, wins Best Canadian Feature Documentary at Hot Docs.