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Every Hot Docs filmgoer has at least one “OMG, I can wait to see this!” screening on their schedule, and these six wildly diverse docs caught our attention right away. We can’t wait to check them out! In alphabetical, not priority, order...    93Queen A look at the efforts to create the first all-Hasidic-female EMT team in New York City’s Borough Park neighborhood, and the fierce resistance it evokes.The Game Changers What happens when elite athletes give up meat and…
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As much as I lurrrrrve documentaries, not every film I saw before the fest started was amazing. Some were not bad, others were just okay and a couple were disappointing. Here's a look at the other five pre-fest docs I checked out.306 Hollywood (5/8) Co-directed by siblings Elan and Jonathan Bogarín, this whimsical, experimental doc examines the life of their late grandmother, Annette Ontell, as seen through the items in the house she lived in for 71 years (at the…
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Looking for a few titles to add to your must-see list? I checked out a bunch of pre-fest screenings and all four of these films reminded me why I love documentaries – and this festival – so much! Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (8/8) Oh, how moving, magical and heartwarming this film is. I absolutely LOVED it. Directed by Oscar-winner Morgan Neville (20 Feet from Stardom), the comprehensive and insightful doc traces the history of the iconic PBS children’s series…
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At last! Festival time has returned! And the 2018 edition of Hot Docs (April 26th to May 6th) also marks the festival’s 25th anniversary. This year, 247 films from 56 countries will unspool in theaters across Toronto, with celebrity guests ranging from rapper M.I.A. to UFC fighter James Wilks to Sarah Watley, one of NASA’s first female-astronaut trainees set to attend. (My money would also be on a Bill Murray sighting or two!)Get more info on the festival here.Check out…
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It was the final day of Hot Docs, and even though I was pooped, I decided to take in three more screenings before the curtain closed on the 2017 festival. The sun was (finally!) out, but I opted to spend the day inside my fave venue: the Lightbox. First up: Thank You For the Rain (7/8), which takes a huge issue (climate change) and tackles it in a very small but immensely powerful way. Director Julia Dahr heads to Kenya…
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Sometimes, you have the best intentions when it comes to packing in as many documentaries as you can before the festival is over. But sometimes, your body has other plans. Such was the case with my upset stomach today, which meant I cut my three films down to two. First up was Chasing Coral (8/8), a film I’d been looking forward to seeing since it was announced. I’m a HUGE fan of environmental documentaries, and always make a point of…
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