New book on Goin' Down the Road proves there is always new life to be breathed into even the most well worn of subjects.
Highlights at the 2013 Berlin Film Festival include The Act of Killing, Roland Klick: The Heart Is a Hungry Hunter, and Naked Opera.
One of the more resilient of the cultural survivors in this bitter winter for Quebec artists is Katarina Soukup of Catbird Productions.
So, is the Canadian TV documentary doing OK? Of course, it may never be like it was before …but what is?
The core message of Rob Stewart's Sharkwater follow-up, Revolution, is this: Humanity is at the crossroads.
Highlights from the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival include The Act of Killing, The Central Park Five, and Mea Maxima Culpa.
In The Clock, Christian Marclay has offered 24 hours of fragmented time, a day’s worth of transformative moments.
Ed Barreveld had a strong year with hits like The World Before Her and Herman's House, yet the state of broadcasting leaves him looking for work.
Starlight: The Canadian Movie Channel, helmed by Norm Bolen and backed Robert Lantos, could really help Canadian creators and audiences.
Paul Saltzman reflects on his films including The Last White Knight and Prom Night in Mississippi over cover at TIFF's Canteen.