VR will have to find an aesthetic that upholds a sense of presence that connects the viewers' gaze to memories.
A social documentary photo essay of residents in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
Reflections on the Golden Age of television arts programming in Canada, and the disappearance of these docs as broadcasting declined.
An interview with Thom Anderson, critic, programmer, and filmmaker best known for his 2003 69-minute essay film, Los Angeles Plays Itself.
After 20 years of struggling, learning, screwing up, laughing, fighting, winning, losing and waking up in the middle of the night with the cold sweat of fear, we’re still here.
Art of the Real creates a festival space for filmmakers navigating the interplay between drama and documentary, fiction and non-fiction.
If the CBC wants to remain relevant and "disrupt" the system, then it needs a model to rival Netflix and take Canadian content beyond bite-sized morsels.
Netflix deserves regulating, although it will argue that paying more for content will make it less profitable and therefore unable to compete.
The animated documentary The Wanted 18 is a microcosmic reflection of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with its offbeat Claymation cows.
Sturla Gunnarsson's Monsoon is a majestic new documentary shot on location in India and beneath torrents of relentless rain.