D. Smith documents the lives of four Black transwomen and sex workers in her candid and promising feature debut Kokomo City.
Kristen Lovell and Zackary Drucker chronicles the stories of Black transwomen sex workers in New York's meatpacking district in The Stroll.
D. Smith captures stories of Black transwomen in the groundbreaking KOKOMO CITY.
Sundance documentary shorts include Will You Look at Me, Liturgy of Anti-Tank Obstacles, Kylie, Call Me Mommy, and Margie Soudek’s Salt and Pepper Shakers.
Win tickets to see Anny at Rendezvous with Madness Festival, running Oct. 29 to Nov. 7
Buying Sex introduces a Canadian legal case being tried to remove prohibitions on communicating for the purposes of prostitution in public
On the surface, nothing much seems to happen in Shawney Cohen's The Manor, Hot Docs 2013’s opening night film. And yet at the same time it does.
The world’s oldest profession gets a perspicacious spin in a handful of judicious films at Hot Docs 2012.
With her feature Inside Lara Roxx, filmmaker Mia Donovan explores the life of a young porn actress who contracted HIV.
In Love at the Twilight Motel, Alison Rose discovers what it's like to film a doc about a “by the hour” motel.