Alexandre O. Phillipe’s ‘Lynch/OZ’ explores the connections between the art of David Lynch and the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz, perhaps making you rethink both.
“A Life on the Farm” can be classified as a found-footage movie, but it is unlike any homegrown project you’ve ever seen.
Fantasia 2022: Ry Levay’s Out in the Ring is one of the best and most well-researched wrestling documentaries I’ve seen, and I say that as someone that’s seen nearly every doc produced on the industry.
Modern day treasure hunting crosses both international borders and court rooms in a riveting historical drama of the greatest underwater trove ever found.
Do you believe in aliens? How about the lost city of Atlantis? When the facts are edited, and the science glossed over…who will come to the rescue?
Until The Wheels Come Off is a fresh look at one of the most taxing long-distance competitions on the planet, the athletic endeavour of long-distance cycling, and more importantly, is the story of how the relationships we build can carry us to lengths that even we didn’t think we could achieve.
Discriminator is a compelling, interactive documentary about the rapid advancement and insidious implications of facial recognition software.
You Cannot Kill David Arquette is a deep dive into the actor’s search for redemption in an insular business in which he was never truly accepted, despite holding it’s most prestigious title.
Tales of the Uncanny is a deep dive into the horror anthology and the definitive word on the subject.
Feels Good Man is an incredibly thorough and engaging look at how benign symbols and icons are co-opted and used in radicalization efforts.
Sachin Hingoo sat down with Ian “Vampiro” Hodgkinson and director Michael Pazst to talk about their film Nail In The Coffin: The Rise & Fall of Vampiro.
Greater Toronto fans could get a chance to hang out with Triumph for the filming of a new documentary about the band this November!