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.
Here are seven documentaries to stream to feed your appetite for strange and crazy content after binge-watching Netflix's crazy series.
This week on DVD and Blu-Ray, the crew looks at Hotel Transylvania, The Imposter, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2, For a Good Time Call..., Coriolanus, Game Change, Life's Too Short, The Awakening, End of Watch, and Legend of a Warrior.
Our Film and Arts Editor counts down his top 25 films of the year.
Ingeniously mixing fact and fiction in both form and content, Bart Layton’s The Imposter is easily one of the most gripping films of the year that just happens to be a documentary.
We talk to director Bart Layton about his intense and mysterious new documentary The Imposter and the challenges of finding truth in a bunch of liars.
As the first weekend of the 2012 Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival draws to a close today, we bring you even more reviews from the front lines of first person filmmaking with looks at The Imposter, Off Label, G-Dog, Shadows of Liberty, The Punk Syndrome, Buzkashi!, Welcome to the Machine, Where Heaven Meets Hell, and My Mate Manchester United.
Since we can't possibly cover all 180+ films at this year's HotDocs festival before it kicks off this coming Thursday, our Film and Performing Arts Editor dishes on what films we are most looking forward to catching once the festival hits.
Just after opening their brand new flagship theatre, the Hot Docs International Documentary Festival used the new/old building to announce their slate of 189 films for their 2012 festival. This year's festival, running from April 26th to May 6th features documentaries in 11 different programs from over 50 countries.