A characteristically intimate study of an experimental psychiatric centre for adolescents in Etobicoke, Ontario, Warrendale is both King’s most provocative film bearing a family resemblance to Frederick Wiseman’s devastating Titicut Follies
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.
After a long career devoted to documentary, do I think that it is intrinsic to the Canadian way of life? Yes, I do.
Veteran writer and filmmaker Cole analyzes what makes a doc story work and offers a manifesto on how to make one yourself.
In a remarkable career that has just entered its fiftieth year, Allan King is among Canada's most distinguished filmmakers.
Canada’s Allan King is unquestionably one of our greatest unknown treasures, the undisputed Godfather of Documentary Film.