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Nasim, directed by Ole Jacobs & Arne Büttner, observes an Afghan refugee and her family as the wait in limbo in a camp in Moria, Greece.
Band is the zany story of Iceland's Post Performance Blues Band and their pursuit of stardom after years of roughing it in dives and near-empty venues.
Matt Sarnecki finds the perfect meeting point between journalism and documentary while exploring the 2018 murder of Ján Kuciak in The Killing of a Journalist.
One of the most beautiful films of this or any year, Skin (Pele) is a city symphony, an evocation of what life is like in Belo Horizonte.
Hot Docs Audience Award race masks the Canadian titles in the race for the Rogers Award going into the festival's final weekend.
Okay! (The ASD Band Film) follows the Toronto-based band of Jackson, Rawan, Spenser, and Ron to learn how music guides their journey with autism spectrum disorder.
Reason is a mystery story with Anand Patwardhan as the detective. It’s the perfect role for a documentarist to play.
Hot Docs Forum announces winners, with $40,000 in first look Pitch Prizes, including The Queendom by Otilia Portillo and Paula Arroio Sandoval.
The Balcony Movie is Paweł Łoziński's view of the COVID-19 pandemic, seen entirely from the vantage point of his apartment's balcony doors.
Who We Will Have Been, directed by Erec Brehmer and his late partner Angelina Zeidler, moves atop the Hot Docs Audience Award rankings.