Review: ‘Seeing Allred’

Seeing Allred (USA, 96 min.) Dir. Sophie Sartain, Roberta Grossman   “I don’t think Gloria is in a popularity contest because if she is, she lost that one,” says lawyer and commentator

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Review: ‘Free Lunch Society’

Free Lunch Society (Austria/Germany, 95 min.) Dir. Christian Tod With: Gotz Werner (billionaire), Charles Murray (Libertarian), Evelyn Forget (Canadian economist), Emmanuel Saez (French-American economist), Michael Bohmeyer (entrepreneur), Zepahania Kameeta (Namibian Minister), Marshall

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Review: Zaatari Djinn

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Zaatari Djinn (Netherlands, 90 min.) Dir. Catherine van Campen   Years ago, in south-western Morocco, I was walking across a wide plain with Mohammed Baidou, a friend who loved telling tourists anything

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Review: ‘Human Flow’

Human Flow (Germany, 140 min.) Dir. Ai Weiwei   “The more immune you are to people’s suffering,” says Princess Dana Firas of Jordan in Human Flow, “that’s very dangerous. “It’s critical for

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Review: ‘Makala’

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Makala (France, 96 min.) Dir. Emmanuel Gras Programme: TIFF Docs (North American Premiere)   Makala, Emmanuel Gras’ documentary about an episode in the life of a Congolese charcoal producer/salesman, Kabwita Kasongo, is

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Review: ‘Silas’

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Silas (Canada/South Africa/Kenya, 80 min.) Dir. Anjali Nayar, Hawa Essuman Programme: TIFF Docs (World Premiere)   Liberian activist and political candidate Silas Siakor is a voice the world desperately needs. His commitment

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