Stacey Tenenbaum’s documentary Scrap explores objects tossed and found while visiting sites of waste, refurbishment, and upcycling.
Barri Cohen discusses the personal approach of her award-winning documentary Unloved: Huronia's Forgotten Children and sharing survivors' stories.
Toronto's second Photo Laureate Michèle Pearson Clarke captures the art of Black queer grief in a photographic installation.
Revisiting the film collaborations of John Berger and Michael Dibb upon the 50th anniversary of their landmark documentary series Ways of Seeing.
Sean Stiller's documentary Returning Home follows Orange Shirt Day founder Phyllis Jack-Webstad and considers the environmental impact of colonialism by observing its effect on salmon populations.
Elements and archives collide in Fire of Love, Jane, and Becoming Cousteau.
An interview with director Shane Belcourt about bringing to the screen musician Tom Wilson's story, journey with his Indigenous identity, and what that says about them as artists.
Documentaries are more widely available now than ever thanks to streaming platforms... but who benefits from algorithm curation? Are viewers hopelessly adrift amid formulaic content?
Sunil Gupta's photography documents queer life in Montreal with poetry and pride.
Hot Docs' The Changing Face of Europe, a partnership with European Film Promotion, spotlights diverse snapshots from the continent with global perspectives.