The Dependents and One Take Grace won the Grand Prizes for Best National Feature and Best International Feature at Montreal's RIDM.
In J'ai placé ma mère, Denys Desjardins documents his mother's experience with the negligence to which Quebec's healthcare system subjects the elderly.
Brutal and essential, Theo Montoya's hybrid documentary Anhell69 is the best kind of trangressive documentary filmmaking.
Jumana Manna depicts the politics of extinction and occupation in this hybrid film about foragers and their fight to harvest wild herbs.
Highlights from the 25th edition of RIDM include Jouvencelles/Bloom, Herbaria, Inner Lines, Way Out Ahead of Us, Chaylla.
RIDM opens its 2022 festival with Rewind & Play, a Thelonious Monk doc that features a jazzy clash of interview and archive.
An interview with Big Fight in Little Chinatown director Karen Cho on telling the stories of Chinatowns throughout North America.
Canadian docs in competition at RIDM's 25th edition include J'ai placé ma mérè, Rojek, The Dependants, and Self-Portrait.
Films coming to RIDM's 25th edition include Hot Docs winners Geographies of Solitude and Rojek and Sundance winner A House Made of Splinters.