The Bells were a Canadian pop group formed in the 60s who were considered hugely successful at the time but failed to really leave their mark, Stay Awhile is their story told from the perspective of two of the original members' daughter.
We sat down with Thank You For Playing directors Malika Zouhali-Worrall and David Osit to discuss the film, the game That Dragon, Cancer, and the potency of games as art.
At 21, Daniel Roher has already shot documentaries all over the world. His latest, Survivor's Rowe gives a voice to victims of Canada's most prolific sex offender. We talked to him about how he approached such a difficult topic.
We sat down with Sweet Micky for President producer Pras Michel and director Ben Patterson to talk about the adventure of following a pop star's presidential campaign in Haiti.
In Deprogrammed, Mia Donovan takes us into the strange, disturbing and yet completely intriguing world of deprogramming, the process by which one is removed from an alternative religion or cult and brought back into the wider world.
Thank You For Playing is a raw, emotional look at one game developer's attempts to cope with his young son's terminal cancer.
Dork Shelf had the pleasure of interviewing comedian Tig Notaro at the premiere of Tig, a documentary about the worst four months of her life and the incredible year that followed.
We sat down with Being Canadian director Rob Cohen and producers Colin Keith Gray and Megan Raney Aarons, to chat over double doubles and timbits about the journey of making this patriotic doc.
Danny is as much a history of Newfoundland as it is a biography. The film explains how the province clawed its way out of poverty and became synonymous with its leader, Premier Danny Williams.
In Censored Voices, an examination of both memory and politics, retired Israeli soldiers listen to their own voices recorded after a victorious occupation over 40 years ago.