Brenda Longfellow’s Offshore is a documentary that sharply challenges our easy acceptance of our fossil-fuel societies
Cinema Politica’s book Screening Truth to Power catches Canada’s current cultural ferment.
Although there is nothing new in the content, Documentary succeeds as an important curatorial intervention.
Gary Marcuse's films are notable for humanitarian reason, emotional listening, contextualized historical references and humanist psychology.
Does the interactive digital documentary (directly or indirectly) negatively affect the traditional narrative documentary?
Behind the scenes looks at Apocalypse Now, Fitzcarraldo, and Jodorowsky’s unfinished Dune reveal how docs about filmmaking can exceed the original films themselves.
Harold Crooks discusses his documentary The Price We Pay, working with Brigitte Alepin, and the high cost of off-shore tax havens for Canada.
Kevin Nikkel's On the Trail of the Far Fur Country revisits old images from the Hudson Bay Company's archives and the Inuit history within.
Although few conventional doc film projects get funded these days without some sort of interactive component, there are still plenty of grumblings among doc folk as to what all the fuss is
Highlights from the 2014 Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) include Citizenfour, National Gallery, Le nez, and Stray Dog.