The POV team marks 30 years of Hot Docs by looking back at some of the many names and documentaries that defined the festival.
Filmmakers Shannon Walsh and Nettie Wild win the 2023 Governor General’s Awards in Visual Media and Arts.
In honour of Hot Docs’ 25th anniversary, the POV team picks some of the highlight films and events from the festival so far.
When Nettie Wid’s KONELĪNE: our land beautiful (2016) collected three Canadian Screen Award nominations this year, it was another highlight in British Columbia’s rich documentary legacy. It’s a history of innovation, resilience and
With Uninterrupted, Nettie Wild has taken up the challenge of being primarily—at least for this piece—a visual artist, without losing her doc roots.
KONELĪNE: our land beautiful is a wise, humanistic documentary. It’s a tone poem to a beautiful land and the amazing characters who live in it.
Nettie Wild's KONELĪNE: our land beautiful, is a stunning portrait of those who live and work in northern British Columbia.
Peter’ Wintonick's cut of A Rustling of Leaves was a game changer that launched Nettie Wild's career as a filmmaker.
In part two of a career-ranging conversation with POV’s editor, Nettie Wild talks about her filmmaking process and her documentaries.
Visible Evidence revealed a tendency among documentary filmmakers to embrace new technologies in the dissemination of their films and the vital discourse surrounding them.