Queen of the Deuce is a tribute to a woman who was way ahead of her time as both an entrepreneur and shrewd businesswoman.
Marie Gilbert says that Unsyncable is one of the best documentaries she’s seen screening at Hot Docs.
Hot Docs and award-winning director Sherien Barsoum bring forth all the details of this story about an immigrant family’s fight for justice.
Marie Gilbert looks at the documentary Coven from director Rama Rau.
A look at how private interests are taking over American politics, ‘The Corporate Coup D’État’ makes its Canadian debut at Hot Docs 2019 in Toronto, Canada.
Gaming culture’s gotten huge. It’s easy to miss, but the gaming industry makes more than either the movie or music industries. Hot Docs in Toronto plugs into the gaming world this year … Continue reading Hot Docs: ‘Living the Game’ and ‘Ukiyo-e Heroes
Get a small group of people together with a common interest, it’s going to get competitive. Give it a little time, it’ll get political and weird, too. Christopher Guest’s Best In … Continue reading ‘Pecking Order’ Scores Blue Ribbon Hilarity For Its Look at Competitive Chicken Breeding
BASE jumping is back, baby. The acronym stands for Building, Antenna, Span and Earth. In practice, it means strapping on a parachute and hurling oneself off a tall, fixed place, … Continue reading Icarus, Reversed: Sunshine Superman
A few months ago Biff Bam Pop was lucky enough to talk to director Sean Cisterna and members of the cast of the sweet Canadian comedy Moon Point (you can … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror – Guest Blogger Sean Cisterna On 30 Ghosts
We’d like to think that everyone has someone. Joyce Vincent became an overnight UK tabloid sensation when her skeletal remains were discovered two and a half years after her death … Continue reading Would Anyone Miss You? Dreams of a Life Reviewed