Hybrid film draws on the stylistic and narrative traditions of both documentary and fiction film to varying degrees.
Abbas Kiarostami’s hybrid films draw upon documentary, neo-realism, and dramatic filmmaking, and blur the lines of fiction/non-fiction.
A Woman Like Me is one of the most freeing and cathartic experiences a filmmaker could ever make about death.
An interview with Thom Anderson, critic, programmer, and filmmaker best known for his 2003 69-minute essay film, Los Angeles Plays Itself.
Art of the Real creates a festival space for filmmakers navigating the interplay between drama and documentary, fiction and non-fiction.
Philip Hoffman is one of Canada’s most important documentary filmmakers, full stop. To make this case, one only needs to look at the current ubiquity of ‘hybrid documentaries’ and the critical and
Internationally acclaimed auteur Guy Maddin shares his impressions of a city that has shaped his life and inspired his first doc, My Winnipeg.
A winking post-modern concoction that has, over its very short career, inspired reams of passionate critical response, Incident at Loch Ness is ostensibly about a spectacularly troubled production, mounted by the German documentary