This Week at the Bloor
With only two new releases for the rest of the year (Advance Style and National Gallery, both of which are good), we look at all the remaining events at The Bloor in 2014.
We look at this week's new Bloor documentaries, the mostly decent, but dry The Wandering Muse and the very problematic, but well meaning Awake: The Life of Yogananda.
Three great docs - The Last Impresario, Getting to the Nutcracker, and Evolution of a Criminal - cap off a stacked week of programming at The Bloor.
Point and Shoot and Hermitage Revealed have very different subjects, but both manage to be interesting, but not insightful.
This week at The Bloor another strong pair of docs with the musical biography Keep On Keepin' On and the ecologically minded Emptying the Skies.
This week, The Bloor offers films looking at the ethical and legal problems of security certificates in The Secret Trial 5 and misunderstood urban communities in Slums: Cities of Tomorrow.
A pair of entertaining films about things that defy gravity rock and roll into the Bloor this weekend.
Björk soars, Mudbloods sinks.
Looks at beloved/controversial TV writer Dan Harmon and the world of high end art forgery roll into The Bloor for a really fun week of documentaries.
Four powerhouse documentaries play at The Bloor this week (including two of the year's best) alongside a plethora of special events.
The documentary Code Black looks inside on of the busiest hospitals (and bureaucracies) in the world.
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.
Only one new film at The Bloor this week, a pretty good look at the inspiration behind Dog Day Afternoon in The Dog.
Three vastly different, but good films open at The Bloor this week. The entertaining expose An Honest Liar, a look at the stigma of addiction in The Anonymous People, and the emotional, personal, and impressionistic Elena.
This week at The Bloor, looks at the landmark Anita Hill sexual harassment suit and the ins and outs of breastfeeding both miss their intended marks.