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Let’s be honest: not every documentary is going to be a winner. Film is subjective, and one man’s treasure can be soundly trashed by another. These docs proved disappointing for me in one way or another... which doesn’t necessarily mean you won’t love them. It’s just that I really didn’t. The Genius and the Opera Singer (3/8)It’s feels like director Vanessa Stockley thought she stumbled upon the next Grey Gardens with the subjects of her doc: a wildly dysfunctional, bickering…
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In a perfect world, every documentary I see at Hot Docs would be amazing, but we know that’s virtually impossible. Still, before the fest even starts, I’ve watched a whole bunch of awesome films that make me excited about what the rest of the fest will hold. Here are six docs I’ve loved so far:Becoming Bond (7/8) About 20 minutes into this film, I seriously considered walking out because it’s a docu-comedy, with actors playing George Lazenby (and his friends, family…
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This is, hands down, my favourite time of year, when I and thousands of people just like me can spend days on end doing nothing but watching one documentary after another. It’s amazing! This year is Hot Docs’ 24th, and it’ll feature 230 films from 58 different countries. A slew of special guests have been announced, and you can download the full festival schedule here. As usual, I’ll be providing day-by-day coverage of the fest, sharing the best, worst and weirdest…
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Sadly, it’s that time again – time for me to bid adieu to all-day, all-night, wall-to-wall documentaries and line chats and post-film Q&As for another year. Happily, my final day of Hot Doc-ing featured a balance of despair and delight onscreen, with a series of strong films that brought my 2016 festival to a nice close. The day began with a pair of documentaries that were, to put it mildly, serious downers. The films were good, but their content equally…
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One of the nice things about having a media pass to Hot Docs is the ability for the passholder to change his or her mind on the fly. Because there’s no need to book tickets in advance, you can just see where the day (or your mood or the weather) takes you, and switch your schedule around as you see fit. As such, I think I must have rearranged my film-going sked for yesterday at least four times before settling…
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After taking the previous night off to rest and recharge, I hit the ground running yesterday for a trio of films that, though it wasn’t planned, all tied together nicely in terms of theme. First up was The Happy Film (6/8), a doc about graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister’s quest to find out whether he can boost his level of happiness by immersing himself in various pursuits proven to do so: meditation, cognitive-behavior therapy and mood-altering drugs. In the film, Sagmeister…
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