Bà nôi, Alphée of the Stars, and Brand New River showcase Quebecois voices among the Canadian films at Hot Docs 2013.
A survey of Hot Docs shorts including Just As I Remember, Softening, Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam, and Packing Up the Wagon.
David Vaisbord offers a six-point manifesto to help Canadian documentary filmmakers cut it in an industry with modest means.
Award winning filmmaker Molly Dineen was born in Canada, but identifies as British and is driven by the need to understand the world.
There appears to be a fundamental disconnect between the various public bodies empowered to fund documentaries in Canada.
With NCR: Not Criminally Responsible at Hot Docs, John Kastner’s films continue to be preoccupied with weightily Dostoyevskian themes.
Canadian broadcasters are forced into making promises they’ll inevitably break, and find themselves dealing with pesky independent producers.
Debra Zimmerman has taken the feminist non-profit Women Make Movies from grassroots production facility to the world’s largest distribution outlet of films by and about women.
Director Ann Shin recounts her experience making The Defector: Escape from North Korea and learning new ways to see the world.
A battered yet indefatigable optimism suffuses the work of Alan Zweig, the Toronto filmmaker behind 15 Reasons to Live at Hot Docs 2013.