Mila Aung-Thwin wins the Don Haig Award at Hot Docs. The award recognizes the Midwives producer for a history of work and mentorship.
Let’s talk about some typical Canadian documentaries. Where do they take place? In rural India, where Hindu girls practice military drills and swear death to their religious enemies while their peers preen
Director Yung Chang’s feature debut Up the Yangtze is a rarity—a film that portrays a vastly complex reality made immediate and personal through an artist’s sensibility. Monumental, yet intimate.
POV presents Canada's "Documentary Essentials": a starter guide of ten short docs and ten features that should help readers explore all the non-fiction that this country had to offer.
"It’s a film I couldn’t have made if it weren’t for Peter’s selfless desire to share the world with the world," Yung Chang writes of Peter Wintonick's impact on China Heavyweight.
An in-depth interview with Daniel Cross and Mila Aung-Thwin of Montreal's EyeSteelFilm.
Yung Chang's astonishing breakthrough Up the Yangtze examines the development of the Three Gorges Dam and China in a state of transition.