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We take a look at ten of the films playing this year's ecologically minded Planet in Focus film festival.
This week at The Bloor a lyrical and gorgeous look at teenage poverty in Rich Hill and an engaging look at a musical icon in Finding Fela.
This week at The Bloor brings a pair of well meaning, obvious, and slightly off documentaries: Video Games: The Movie and Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago.
The advocacy documentary Fed Up carries an important message of the dangers of sugar in our food supply (which is a very agreeable, scary, and vital message), but it sets apart its argument in one of the worst, most shamefully privileged ways possible making it a total disaster.
Fed Up Special Presentation One of the worst feelings in the world is watching an advocacy documentary that you actually agree with getting everything about its argument wrong. Absurdly reactionary and astoundingly narrow minded Stephanie Soechtig’s look at how sugar and the marketing of sugary products has been contributing to the obesity epidemic in America […]
The 21st annual Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival is upon us - running Thursday, April 24th to Sunday, May 4th - and here's your one stop shop for all of our reviews, interviews, features, and festivities from the largest festival of its kind in North America.