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Even during the annual Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival's celebration of everything nonfiction, not every Canuck obsesses over
It's hard to discuss the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival without weighing in with superlatives. This is an event that just grows
The 19th edition of Toronto's Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival wrapped on Sunday, May 6, to unprecedented audience attendees
In September 2020, amidst a global pandemic, the government of India passed three farm laws which met with resistance. Nishtha Jain’s new documentary
On Christmas Eve of 1989, a pregnant mother of nine named Imelda Bbaale was inexplicably shot and killed in her home. It was a shocking tragedy that
Returning to Toronto for my first post-pandemic visit to Hot Docs for this year’s 30th anniversary celebration (April 27-May 7) was well worth both
By Bedatri D.Choudhury AND Tom White Tom White: The Hot Docs Canadian Documentary Film Festival reclaimed its in-person status after a three-year
The documentary community is filled with tough pros, but surely all of us can spare a thought for a festival that had to deal with the first outburst
Hot Docs is back for its 2021 festival edition, bringing short and feature-length documentaries from around the world to viewer's home screens between
In this new age of physical distancing and social isolation, computer screens and television monitors have become the focal point for our contact with