Jason O'Hara recounts his experience shooting a documentary amid the 2014 World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and violent protests.
The liberal humour of What is Left? brings an enlightened spirit to the screen.
Divide in Concord rejects debate in favour of an inflammatory, emotionally manipulative plea that's likely to sharpen pre-existing opinions.
Khalo Matabane’s Nelson Mandela: The Myth And Me offers a sobering and less than flattering portrait of the legendary South African leader.
Of starfish and jellyfish“Isn’t it better to have a lot of people seeing films that convince them to make a little bit of change, instead of only a few people seeing films
Montreal’s documentary film project Cinema Politica celebrates its 10th anniversary this fall. Founders Svetla Turnin and Ezra Winton look back at their success and discuss the future of an organisation that has
Filming in the streets of Toronto during the recent G-8/G-20 Summit was a very strange and unsettling experience.
A hard-hitting look at where globalization and international policies are taking the world by Quebecois Brouillette.
What was Cuba like in the Sixties when the Revolution was young? A veteran filmmaker shares his memories.