Michelle Derosier’s short film The Grandfather Drum is an animated fairytale about a drum revered for its healing powers.
An interview with People's Park director J.P. Sniadecki about his interest in China and filmmaking process.
Isiah Medina's 88:88 is a daring piece of work that feels like it’s been engineered by a DJ: fast cuts, raw energy and pulsating emotion.
Alethea Arnaquq-Baril discusses the documentary of the North, its controversial use of Inuit images, and the power of representation.
Alan Zweig discusses HURT, his brutally honest portrait of fallen Canadian hero Steve Fonyo, which won TIFF's inaugural Platform prize.
Davis Guggenheim talks about education, Al Gore and He Named Me Malala, about Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai.
Gary Marcuse's films are notable for humanitarian reason, emotional listening, contextualized historical references and humanist psychology.
An interview with photographer Sebastião Salgado on his work and participation in Wim Wenders' documentary The Salt of the Earth.
"It’s a tragedy, but there’s also a lightheartedness to it," says Elephant's Dream director Kristof Bilsen in an interview at Hot Docs.
Harold Crooks discusses his documentary The Price We Pay, working with Brigitte Alepin, and the high cost of off-shore tax havens for Canada.