With less than a week left at TIFF to catch the best Canada has to offer, we put together a list of five Canadian films you should watch.
"Guantanamo's Child" tries to answer the question of who Omar Khadr—a convicted terrorist or an abused child soldier—really is.
A new documentary from Danish director Michael Madsen seeks to answer that question.
Canadians all live in igloos, snowshoe to work (at the maple syrup factory), wear jean on jean, worship hockey, and are just generally really sorry. That about sums Canadians up, eh?
At the 2015 Hot Docs film festival, 40 percent of filmmakers are women. It's a stat that Hot Docs is excited to share, and rightly so.
VICE made me watch The Nightmare and confront my worst fears. And now I'm doomed to never sleep again.
We talked to director Sonja Bennett about her movie, Preggoland, which tells the story of Ruth, a perpetually hungover, 35-year-old chain-smoking grocery clerk who lives in her dad's basement before suddenly pretending to be pregnant with twins.
We interviewed director David Thorpe and writer-podcaster, Dan Savage, about accepting how you sound, and David's new film, Do I Sound Gay.
John Wojtowicz robbed a Chase Manhattan bank in 1972 to fund his partner's sex change surgery, a crime later immortalized by Al Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon. What followed in John's life was just as compelling, and we spoke to two directors who...
"My films question not only the dominant culture, but the gay orthodoxy as well."