Shad’s Hip-Hop Evolution is an incredible piece of journalism that nobody is talking about.
Alanis Obomsawin is an Abenaki filmmaker who’s been challenging Canada’s image of itself for the last 50 years. And she got funding from the National Film Board to do it.
Filmmaker Charles Officer is done trying to convince people his stories have an audience. After struggling to get funding for fictional movies, he turned to digging up true, forgotten stories of Black Canada.
A 1967 film exposed a controversial group home for children. But what happened when the cameras left?
Jennifer Goodhue struggles for a laugh. Morgan Waters and Brooks Gray trick people into being on TV.
Freelance journalist Adrian MacNair on the press’ spring fever, the RCMP’s release of 18 missing seconds of the Michael Zehaf-Bibeau video, and the CBC’s Omar Khadr documentary.
Jesse on White Pine Pictures’s cancelled documentary about Kathleen Wynne, and La Presse journalist Isabelle Hachey on foreign correspondent François Bugingo.
Storage Wars Canada showrunner and documentary filmmaker Geoff Siskind on what’s real, in life and in work.
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