Will Tom Perlmutter be up for the difficulties that lie ahead? Speaking to the NFB Commissioner, it’s clear that he’s ready to take on any fights that might come his way.
At 86, veteran filmmaker Richard Leacock comes to Canada for Hot Docs’ Outstanding Achievement retrospective.
Was VIFF the best of times or the worst of times? Hockenhull reports on great docs and a wasted cultural opportunity.
Was the 2007 Toronto art spectacle terrific—or a terrific waste of time? Wolfe and Cockburn debate.
POV surveys Hot Docs’ exciting selection of films from Iran, a country noted for works that intersect between fiction and documentaries.
No one who has known Richard Stringer will ever forget him; he will always be part of the landscape of our imaginations.
Animator Ryan Larkin could tell a funny story or read you a poem, but then raise his voice in a flash of anger if he felt you were asking too pushy a
Alex Pauk and Alexina Louie are established art music composers on the Canadian musical landscape based in Toronto.
Does canonizing a small (in historical and stylistic terms) range of works only serve to limit the possibilities of documentary?
A prose portrait of Dr. James Orbinski, Nobel Peace Prize winner for Doctors Without Borders, and the film, Triage, about his efforts to give medical aid in war-torn areas of the world.