In Made in Vietnam, Thi Vo embarks on a journey 30 years after he arrived in Canada to meet the father he never knew.
Human Flow (Germany, 140 min.) Dir. Ai Weiwei “The more immune you are to people’s suffering,” says Princess Dana Firas of Jordan in Human Flow, “that’s very dangerous. “It’s critical for
Motel (Canada, 57 min.) Dir. Jesse McCracken Programme: Canadian Spectrum (World Premiere) Jesse McCracken strips away the postcard perfect image of Niagara Falls in Motel. This compassionate and restrained observation doc
François Jacob’s A Moon of Nickel and Ice, Ann Shin’s My Enemy, My Brother and Mila Aung-Thwin and Van Royko’s Let There Be Light offer global perspectives
Reviews of the Oscar nominated short docs The White Helmet, Extremis, Joe's Violin, 4.1 Miles, and Watani: My Homeland.
Drift cautiously with Fire at Sea, though, and one will appreciate the depth of Rosi’s waters.
Eva Orner's Chasing Asylum takes audiences to the remote islands of Nauru and Manus where refugees wait in despondent limbo.
Migrant Dreams director Min Sook Lee wants audiences to reimagine the way they see labour and migrant work in Canada.
Callshop Istanbul recounts a tale with which many migrants are probably familiar: that of the waiting zone between an old home and a new one.
Min Sook Lee's Migrant Dreams operates in the classic model of activist documentary filmmaking.