How do non-fiction filmmakers document the migration crisis? Films like Human Flow, El Mar La Mar, Born in Syria, and Clebs tackle a global human rights issue.
The photography of Phil Bergerson observes Americana through a social realist lens, with stark poetry and sobriety.
Documenting disability while disabled: how films like Crip Camp, Vision Portraits, Blue, and Shameless reframe perspective and agency.
Beba, Beyoncé's Homecoming, Miss Sharon Jones, 20 Feet from Stardom, What Happened, Miss Simon?, and Step are among a wave of docs celebrating Black excellence by women in the arts.
Joannie Lafrenière captures Hungarian-Canadian photographer Gabor Szilasi with an appropriately curious eye.
Documentaries like Julia, Roadrunner, Searching for Italy, and Wolfgang influence the way we share and celebrate the joy of cooking.
Reflections on Alanis Obomsawin, her career, documentaries, influence, and legacy among Indigenous filmmaking.
An appreciation of Alanis Obomsawin's legacy as a filmmaker and an acknowledgement of her vital contribution to our understanding of this land.
Documentaries such as Last of the Right Whales, Wochiigii lo: End of the Peace, and Anthropocene: The Human Epoch exemplify ecofeminism.
Surveying the state of Indigenous film production in Canadian with voices from the field.