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There are only two full days of Hot Docs left, and between the films I saw before the fest and the ones I’ve taken in during the past week, I think I’m at around 42 or 43 documentaries screened so far. PHEW! I’m starting to really feel it, too, and – as much as I lurrrrrrrrrrrrrve the festival – counting down to Monday, when I can rest. On the upside, I bought my first-ever Lightbox concession snack today (a cookie) and…
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One of the things I enjoy most about my Hot Docs media pass is the freedom it affords me to change my filmgoing schedule at any time. If I start hearing bad buzz about an upcoming film on my to-see list, I can change course and see something else. If I hear great things about a doc, I can opt to pick up another screening. And, in these very wet, cold and rainy days of Hot Docs 2017, it means…
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Festival fatigue is beginning to set in. Darting from film to film, standing in long lines for long periods of time, eating poorly, sleeping too little and then getting up to do it all over again the next day – in the rain – is tiring. But we’re in the home stretch! My first film of the day was another one I’d earmarked early as a must-see, because I’d loved director Cullen Hoback’s previous film, Terms and Conditions May Apply…
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Is anyone else getting tired of watching movies in damp clothes and shoes, surrounded by other people in damp clothes and shoes? Thankfully, it looks like Hot Docs audiences will get a one-day respite from rain, so make the most of it! It was a three-screening day, and I got it started with one of my must-sees of the fest: director Brian Knappenberger’s Nobody Speak: The Trials of the Free Press (6/8). I’ve loved his previous films (including The Internet’s…
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What a truly miserable day, weather-wise. Non-stop pouring rain, chilly temperatures and, from what I could tell, many festgoers opted to stay home (and dry) instead of venturing out. And, now that I’m back home (and dry), I can’t say I blame them. My first film of the day – Mama Colonel (5/8) – was a tough one... largely because its titular heroine – Congolese police Colonel Honorine, whose department investigates crimes against women and children – spends the duration of…
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Today’s cold, rainy, windy weather was ideal for festgoing, so I put on my hat, scarf and mittens (yep, on April 30th!) and headed out early for a day full of films at the Lightbox. Anticipating that many other movie lovers would opt for the same activity today, I arrived about 50 minutes before my first screening... only to find myself first in line. What the what? I’m not sure whether other venues were likewise empty – given that it…
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