What makes Luke Meyer's docu interesting is the push-pull between high-stakes biz pressure and subjects who — being 13 years old or so — hardly have the attention spans for the drudgery and minutiae…
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"Meet the Patels," a documentary directed by first-generation Indian-American siblings Geeta V. Patel and Ravi V. Patel, is often riotously funny.
Randy Murray's "The Joe Show" provides an equally entertaining and infuriating overview of a very American self-made phenomenon.
A bizarre story gets an absorbing telling in Gabriel London's documentary.
An engrossing closeup look at four criminally violent inmates at Ottawa's Brockville Mental Health Centre.
After spending two decades sidelining as a wedding videographer to fund his career as a documentarian, Doug Block has turned his former vocation into its own documentary.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to Dan Krauss' “The Kill Team,” four months after the movie won the documentary grand jury prize at the Tribeca Film Festival…
The 2013 Toronto International Film Festival today revealed details of its seven-day confab, featuring the participation of 140 international industry players and 50 hours of talks and meets, as well…
Lively, funny and at times philosophical, Reuben Atlas' debut docu chronicles the rise of the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble with great sensitivity.
If you want to take the temperature of the documentary, go to Toronto in the spring, when Hot Docs delivers its cinema-crazed citizenry the cream of global nonfiction.
With a mood and setting worthy of a murder story by Jack London, this audience-friendly, atmospheric work explores the ice-blocked fjords of northeastern Greenland.