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Yesterday, the festival announced the bulk of its award winners – some of which I'd seen, some of which I'd heard great things about and some I'd admittedly heard/knew nothing about! I was pleased (and not that surprised) to see that Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man – the only film at this year's fest that earned a full-pie rating! – took home the Doc for Schools award. Hopefully, all the kids who no doubt enjoyed the poop jokes also absorbed…
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Well, despite my best intentions – and arriving at the Lightbox just before 11am – I was once again unable to score a ticket to yesterday's 3:30pm screening of Honeyland, as it had (once again) gone “industry rush.” Alas! I sat down and looked through the fest schedule to browse options of what I could see in its place, but there wasn’t anything overly compelling or that I hadn’t already seen. Sure, I probably could have picked up a ticket for the…
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It’s almost time for me to bid adieu to Hot Docs 2019 (cue: sad trombone). I have one more day of filmgoing before I need to pack it in and start packing for my annual post-festival vacation, during which I try to recover from 10 days of wall-to-wall documentaries by heading south, wandering on a beach and watching a lot of bad (read: great) TV. Until then, there’s time to squeeze in a few more screenings... I began yesterday with…
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Okay, it might be time to discuss the new “live open-captioning” policy at screenings this year. In theory, it’s fantastic – a way to make the intros and post-film Q&A sessions at Hot Docs even more accessible to audiences. But so far, more often than not, the captioners are not able to keep up with the speakers on stage (so there are obvious omissions in the onscreen transcripts) and/or are making a slew of mistakes. Yesterday’s open captioning at Conviction…
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We’ve hit the halfway mark of the fest and, perhaps owing to me getting older or just being pooped as a result of high-tailing it from screening to screening, I’m REALLY tired! And I’ve noticed the energy level of my fellow filmgoers also starting to wane a bit. The grey, gloomy weather isn’t helping, so here’s hoping for some sunshine and a second wind.   I started yesterday off with a film I suspected would probably infuriate me, and I…
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When you attend Hot Docs year after year, you start to discover filmmakers whose work you seek out at subsequent festivals. Back in 2013, I saw – and loved – Jason DaSilva’s When I Walk, which was a deeply personal examination of his multiple-sclerosis diagnosis and its debilitating effects, captured over about six years. The film stuck with me, and I’ve referenced it many times over the years, often wondering what happened to him. So, when DaSilva’s follow-up, When We…
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