Hot Docs 2020: Meat the Future Review
On May 4th, Disney+ will start streaming its new eight-episode documentary series, Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian.
Hot Docs 2020 revealed the 226 selections that were scheduled to screen at this year's festival.
Brett Gaylor’s new documentary, The Internet of Everything, examines whether we're headed for an eco-utopia or a surveillance nightmare?
Us Kids follows the Parkland survivors as they fight for gun reform after a mass shooting at their school kills 17 people.
Ron Howard’s documentary Rebuilding Paradise profiles the most devastating wildfire in California’s history and its impact on the fire-ravaged town of Paradise.
David Charles Rodrigues' eye-opening documentary about the San Francisco's Gay Men's Choir tour of the US south may strike close to home for some.
There Are No Fakes is a haunting portrait of greed, class and the horrors that can arise when art is only viewed through a monetary lens.
I Am Not Alone is a wonderful celebration of a political victory in Armenia but will likely come across as hollow propaganda to anyone not already on board with its politics
What happens when a thousand 17-year-old boys from Texas join together to build a representative government from the ground up? Jason Gorber reviews this stunning new Sundance documentary.
The new Taylor Swift documentary Miss Americana shines a bright light on the music star that's a perfect celebration for fans – and may well generate more than a few new ones.
Viktor Kossakovsky’s documentary Aquarela throws up a pair of middle fingers at climate change deniers.
Humboldt: The New Season shares the survivors’ harrowing stories as they mentally and physically recover from their trauma.
A.J. Eaton's new doc David Crosby: Remember My Name is no hagiography. The rock legend doesn't let himself off the hook and brings new meaning to the expression warts and all.
Viva Varda: Faces Places & Kiva Reardon on the legacy of Agnès Varda celebrates the life of the cinematic icon.