The Toronto International Film Festival announced ticket details and screening venues for TIFF 2020 today, and while it’s a dramatic shift from previous years, the annual celebration of cinema continues.
The powerful and timely feature documentary film Don’t Be Nice from Radio Drama Network is now available on DVD and will be available on Apple TV, On Demand, and EST/TVOD everywhere on July 21st. The acclaimed film follows a New York City team of young African American, Afro-Hispanic, and queer slam poets as they fight to find the words to speak their truths to a nation awakening in Black Lives Matter protest and on the brink of a general election.
Our coverage of the 2020 Hot Docs online film festival continues with a look at twelve more documentaries well worth your time and attention.
Our coverage of the 2020 online edition of the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival – which kicks off tomorrow – continues with ten more must-see documentaries.
Although it looks like there won’t be any mass gatherings in movie theatres anytime soon, Hot Docs has – like many other film festivals around the globe – found a temporary home online this year until they can start welcoming audiences back for an in house look at some of the best non-fiction programming in the world. Here are our first ten picks on films you need to see at this year’s online Hot Docs Festival.
Talented singer and actor Ana Golja made a name for herself on the hit series Degrassi: The Next Generation, and now, after years working alongside Hollywood heavyweights, the 24-year-old became a producer with her new film, The Cuban.
Sergio is the sombre, moving story of UN diplomat Sérgio Vieira de Mello, and what would be his last mission in Iraq, following the 2003 US invasion.
Canadian actor Lee Majdoub had a breakout opportunity with Sonic The Hedgehog, and the result is what I can only call a hilarious, and fan-favourite character.
Director April Mullen’s Below Her Mouth arrived on Netflix this month, and the film has inspired a fanbase around the world for people who can’t get enough of the story, or stars Erika Linder and Natalie Krill.
Watch some of the latest and greatest new films, out on Blu-ray right now. February has a lot of new Blu-ray arrivals, and that includes Oscar and award-worthy films, from Disney’s Frozen 2, and Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit, to Best Picture winner Parasite, Queen & Slim, and more.