Category Archives: Film Festivals

Hot Docs – The Human Scale

Before moving on to films I’ve seen in the past couple of days, I should briefly mention a second I saw on my first day here. The Human Scale is a Danish documentary about cities that offers a now familiar … Continue reading

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Hot Docs – Day One

Maja Borg’s Future My Love brings together the essay film (with a voiceover that is contemplative and ruminative in a Marker-esque way), the archive film (with images drawn from a mid century repository of imaginings of the future), and the … Continue reading

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Hot Docs Preview 2013

For the second year running, I’m attending Hot Docs, the documentary film festival, in Toronto. I had a tremendous time last year and a number of the films I saw at Hot Docs in 2012 ended up on my best … Continue reading

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