This documentary, showing at Toronto's Hot Docs International Documentary Festival, is an inventive and illuminating take on car culture.
Elizabeth Mirzaei talks to David Peck talk about her new film, freedom and oppression, bravery, corruption and persistence, corruption, systemic misogyny and the love of a mother.
Pablo Bryant and Mr. Fish talk with David Peck about their film Cartooning from the Deep End, politics and power, personal responsibility, why life is precious and living in a sell-out culture.
Hans Block and Moritz Riesewieck talk about their new film "The Cleaners," censorship, the new digital public, content moderators, and what it means to outsource responsibility.
The remote Pacific island nation of Kiribati is drowning. A new documentary captures the ravages of extreme storms and sea-level rise that threaten the tiny country.
Chris and Face2Face host David Peck talk about engaged Buddhism, Cambodia, power and politics, photographs as symbols and hope.
"A Better Man" opens with Attiya meeting Steve for coffee 22 years after she literally ran for her life and never looked back.
They say the personal is political. And the film "Who is Arthur Chu?" is testament in every way to that statement. It's featured in this year's Hot Docs festival launching April 27 in Toronto.
Koneline focuses on the "golden triangle" of land in northwest B.C. where copper and gold mining companies are busy drilling into prime territory where local people hunt and fish.
Over the years, North America's biggest documentary showcase has become a glossy panorama. This year at Hot Docs, June Chua finds a trove of personal films about individuals and their challenges.