A report on music-themed documentaries at the 2015 Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM).
A report on documentaries from RIDM 2015 including Field Niggas, Of the North, 88:88, and Ah Humanity.
Alethea Arnaquq-Baril discusses the documentary of the North, its controversial use of Inuit images, and the power of representation.
Great performers create art that enriches our lives. So do documentarians like Kral, who tell real-life stories like Our Last Tango
Brian M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky curate a selection of films at RIDM based around photographic images in the series A Photographer’s Eye.
Highlights from the 2014 Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) include Citizenfour, National Gallery, Le nez, and Stray Dog.
The animated documentary The Wanted 18 is a microcosmic reflection of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with its offbeat Claymation cows.
The Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal (RIDM) celebrates its 10th anniversary this fall.
Montreal's film festival scene is booming as competition grows between Festival des Films du Monde, Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, and RIDM.
Since its inception, the Rencontres has been more than a film festival; it’s also been a central command for lobbying and debating issues in documentary film.