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The festival is slowly winding down, and a full week of non-stop film-going is starting to catch up with me – I’m getting pooped! But there are still a bunch of docs to see and only three days left to see ‘em. Yesterday, I started out with a film that I’d been told was “really good but really hard to watch.” And, to some extent, that proved true of Welcome to Leith (5/8), a chilling look at what happens when…
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Let’s pause for a moment to thank Mother Nature for the SPECTACULAR weather during Hot Docs so far – So nice! And, based on the extended forecast, it’s going to continue right through the end of the fest. No umbrellas! No sitting through films while wearing damp clothes! It’s been magnificent. Less magnificent was my first doc yesterday, which wasn’t nearly as fun or quirky or interesting as it seemed in its description. For the Record (4/8) profiles a number…
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Sometimes, when a Hot Docs screening is poorly attended, as an audience member you wind up being part of a small but privileged group that discovers something magical (see: my experience at Keep On Keepin’ On last year). However, as I discovered yesterday, other times it means you actually have chosen a film that your filmgoing peers have wisely decided to skip. By the time my first film of the day began, there were all of 23 of us in…
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On Sunday, I proved to myself that, after years of film-festival going (Hot Docs, TIFF, WSFF, et al.), I’ve still got the stamina to make it through a four-screening day unscathed and not completely exhausted. Yay! That said, I opted not to push my luck, so yesterday I chose a more modest two films... and, I must say, being able to eat dinner at home and not on a bench at the Lightbox was a nice treat. So! One of…
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I think at some point in the next few days, I’m going to devote an entire entry to the inexplicable phenomenon of audience members STILL using their smartphones during festival screenings. It’s astounding, not to mention rude and inconsiderate in terms of both the offender’s fellow filmgoers, but also for the filmmakers themselves, who are often in attendance. What is WRONG with these people?! Anyway... deep breath... Though my first film of the day – director Howie Mandel’s Committed (5/8)…
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It’s strange how, completely by chance, you can wind up seeing a bunch of films back to back that complement each other perfectly in terms of tone, content or both. That happened to me today. First up was (Dis)Honesty (8/8), a thoroughly fascinating documentary about how, why and when we lie. The film features Duke University behavioral researcher Dan Ariely and his super-cool work, which examines the nature of dishonesty and the varying degrees to which we accept or reject…
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