Albert Maysles' work will live on in film schools and festivals everywhere, but one can’t help but be struck by the sadness that we’ll never share his company again.
An interview with photographer Sebastião Salgado on his work and participation in Wim Wenders' documentary The Salt of the Earth.
Allan Tong reflects upon his journey making the documentary The Flying Stars with Ngardy Conteh George in Sierra Leone.
The Scotiabank CONTACT Festival repositions documentary photography on the high altar of art while connecting it to our past and our present.
Highlights from the 2015 DOXA Documentary Film Festival in Vancouver offer a range of non-fiction offerings from around the world.
Hadwin's Judgement, The Messenger, Fractured Land, Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World are confront environmental issues at Hot Docs 2015.
Milk by Noemi Weis, Speed Sisters by Amber Fares, and Mom and Me by Lena Macdonald highlight female filmmakers at Hot Docs 2015.
Michèle Hozer's Sugar Coated, Mia Donovan's Deprogrammed, Ryan Mullins' Chameleon, and Jerry Rothwell's How to Change the World bring activist stories to Hot Docs 2015.
Sophie Deraspe's The Amina Profile, Suzanne Crocker's All the Time in the World, and Shelley Saywell's Lowdown Tracks hit Hot Docs 2015.
Seth's Dominion, Finding Macpherson, and A Different Drummer: Celebrating Eccentrics bring unique characters to Hot Docs.