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.
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
Big Men “Everyone has the desire and drive to be well off in life,” or so says one of the subjects of Rachel Boynton’s fascinating, frightening, and multi-faceted look at the often corruptible and highly lucrative African oil trade. It’s a line said by a savvy investor who thinks he’s “movin’ on up like The […]
We take a look at the Toronto edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival (kicking off this Tuesday at the TIFF Bell Lightbox) and a trio of the films showing: Academy Award nominee No, Camp 14: Total Control Zone, and The Act of Killing.