Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema will reopen its doors to audiences on September 10. Following strict health and safety guidelines, the cinema will allow patrons to return to the big screen while
Niya Abdullahi represents a new generation of filmmakers changing the documentary field. She is one of the participants in this year’s Doc Accelerator Lab, supported by Netflix through the Canadian Storytellers Project,
Canadian Hertiage’s Bill C-10 sets forth amendments to the Broadcasting Act, following a recommendation by the Yale Report to tackle the dominance of tech giants in Canadian screen culture. The centrepiece is
If one factor marked the Hot Docs 2021 more than any previous live or online iteration, it was the weight of industry. On one hand, the festival’s decision to release all 220
DOC responds to the NFB’s strategic plan with steps that include restoring production spending and committing to greater racial and filmmaker representation.
The recent CBC/Radio Canada CRTC hearings saw DOC advocate on behalf of Canadian documentary filmmakers during the broadcaster’s license renewal at a time when CBC is reducing investment in documentaries.
Claude Joli-Coeur, Julie Roy, and Jérôme Dufour discuss the 2020-2023 strategic plan released by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), which emphasizes creators and audience engagement
It’s been sixteen years since the release of The Corporation introduced a wealth of exciting strategies for producing, promoting, and distributing Canadian documentaries that seek not just to enlighten viewers but give
As the film industry logs on to the first virtual edition of the Marché du Film at the Cannes Film Festival, filmmakers are in an unprecedented situation. For the four teams of