Pioneers in interactive media among documentary filmmakers can inspire us through their successful projects at a time when broadcasters are losing audiences.
The CRTC has little choice but to get involved, perhaps kicking and screaming, in the nether world of the Internet.
When critics were discussing Bon Cop, Bad Cop upon its release, many called it Canada's first bilingual feature, an honour owed to The Apprentice.
If air travel is immoral, and the Internet has contracted geography, then what kind of window is the documentary screen today?
Profiling maverick filmmaker and actress Ingrid Veninger, who collaborated on two new films premiering this fall: Only and Nurse. Fighter. Boy.
With an increasing number of filmmakers starting out their careers after studying cinema in school, it’s interesting to investigate what trends towards environmental sustainability are taking place.
The stakes are high with Pontypool. Canadian film needs more profitable indie pictures to survive and thrive.
Kassel may never be a swan, but, you can’t call something with a 24-year history an accident; there is a sophisticated audience that keeps the festival running.
What one Canadian learned at IDFA (International Documentary Filmfestival, Amsterdam).
Veteran writer and filmmaker Cole analyzes what makes a doc story work and offers a manifesto on how to make one yourself.