OLYA’s LOVE shines in its smallness, documenting one woman’s dynamic path to queer self-love.
Rigoberto Perezcano’s CARMIN TROPICAL is a Mexican neo-noir rendering of transmisogynistic intimate partner violence that burns slowly, simmering with tension throughout.
We sat down with MARGARITA, WITH A STRAW director, Nilesh Maniya at Frameline39 to talk about intersectionality in queer cinema, and representing sexuality on screen.
FRAME BY FRAME is an insightful study of the rise in photojournalism in Afghanistan following the removal of the Taliban-imposed ban on photography.
DOUBLE HAPPINESS is a thought-provoking film that explores the idea of “copying” through a visually entertaining and fascinating exploration of plagiarised historical sites in China.
We sat down with Ioanis Nuguet, the director of the intimate and playful documentary, SPARTACUS AND CASSANDRA, following the screening of the film at HotDocs.
Frida and Lasse Barkfors won the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Impact at Sundance this year for their documentary PERVERT PARK. We spoke to them at the film’s screening at HotDocs, in Canada.
We sat down with Hot Docs programmer Charlotte Cooke to discuss this year’s festival, her top picks and the internal machinations and hurdles that comes with running one of the largest documentary festivals.
We sat down with veteran director Bruce LaBruce in Toronto to discuss his extensive and perpetually controversial career in light of an upcoming retrospective at MoMA in New York.
Céline Sciamma’s latest is a unique and sensitive film, a rare kaleidoscopic rendering of emerging womanhood.