Fans of that fabled punk/pop art era of 1980’s New York City will love Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide. Read the review then watch it at Hot Docs Cinema.
The 18th annual Calgary Underground Film Festival announced its first wave of features, music documentaries, and live events.
WeWork: or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn presents an infuriating display of unchecked capitalistic hedonism.
American Masters and PBS take a by-the-books look at the life and career of controversial Southern novelist Flannery O'Connor.
Canadian Kier-La Janisse’s Woodlands Dark And Days Bewitched: A History Of Folk Horror is a comprehensive and well-researched deep dive into a horror sub-genre filled with witches, voodoo, and wicker men. With a 193-minute running time, the documentary gives folk horror its due while keeping the themes presented moving at an engaging pace. Taking an academic […]
Chris McKim's bio doc captures the fiery spirit of the late, great David Wojnarowicz.
The truth is stranger than fiction in Ursula Macfarlane's SXSW documentary The Lost Sons, a thrilling look at Paul Fronczak's quest for his true identity.
Kid Candidate succeeds as an engaging character study and an insightful examination of municipal politics.
Director Julien Temple takes a deep-dive into the complicated history of The Pogues' vocalist.
Hot Docs 2021 announced the first 15 titles screening in its Special Presentations program.
Alexander Nanau's searing and sickening look at Romania's healthcare system in the wake of the 2015 Colectiv nightclub fire that left 64 dead.
A deeply personal horror movie filled with dread, Sator is a slow burn that will reward a patient audience.
A deep dive into the stellar Sundance documentary Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), capturing a major music moment too long overlooked.
Edgar Wright and some famous faces pay loving tribute to Sparks, a band that defies mass popularity while still maintaining a niche of dedicated music fans spanning decades of releases.
Camilla Nielsson tells the captivating story of Zimbabwean democracy.