Terence Macartney-Filgate is part of a small group of Canadians at the NFB in the late 1950s who helped shape and even invent documentary film as we know it today.
An intimate portrait by POV international editor Wintonick of Ally Derks, IDFA (International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam) founder and Executive Director and the winner of the Doc Mogul Award this year.
With four successful films in 10 years, and a recent marriage and a baby, Alan Zweig is cautiously happy, but admits it wasn’t always so.
An anthology by Tom Waugh, Ezra Winton, and Michael Brendan Baker celebrates the NFB’s Challenge for Change documentaries.
Canadian shorts that made it to Rotterdam’s prestigious international film festival addressed reality in very different ways.
If ever there was a modern-day manifestation for the expression “Mighty things from small beginnings grow,” Kartemquin Films is it.
At its core, the new Canadian film Mulroney: The Opera by Larry Weinstein is an intertwining tale of boy meets girl.
Like most niche fests, Hot Docs emerged humbly when the Documentary Organization of Canada established it in 1993 as an industry insider’s event, but it's since grown into a premiere worldwide event.
Trish Dolan's Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson and David York's Wiebo's War offer radical portraits of environmental renegades.
Gereon Wetzel’s films El Bulli: Cooking in Progress and How to Make a Book with Steidl deal with the experience–the total work of art–or the Gesamtkunstwerk.