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The weather forecast for Thursday was grim: rain. I was seriously considering skipping my first film of the day because it was at Hart House, meaning an outdoor lineup. Thankfully, I decided to take my chances and Mother Nature very graciously held off until after we were let into the theater (though I do think the potential for sogginess did keep many filmgoers away).That first film was United We Fan (6/8), an affectionate look at passionate television fans and their…
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It’s usually around this time during the festival – i.e., just after the halfway point – that I start to hit the wall. Days of lineups and donuts for dinner and hotfooting it from theater to theater and writing reviews in the wee/late hours start to catch up with me, and I find it increasingly difficult to keep my eyes open during screenings. I definitely found myself struggling to stay awake a few times yesterday... which is a reflection of…
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Okay, now that my anti-smartphone rant is done, I can get back to the business at hand: recapping my festivalgoing and sharing more new reviews. I’ll admit that I really wasn’t familiar with the work of the subject of my first film of the day, Mr. Fish: Cartooning from the Deep End (6/8), before sitting down for the screening. For the uninitiated (like I was!), Mr. Fish (real name: Dwayne Booth) is a gifted, button-pushing editorial cartoonist, whose work is…
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May I take a moment to rant about smartphones in theaters, please? They a bane on every single Hot Docs screening where, more and more, people are “discreetly” (read: YOU ARE NOT DISCREET – EVERYONE CAN SEE YOUR PHONE!) taking out their devices to email, text, scroll through Facebook, check out Instagram and the like during screenings. I have literally not attended a single screening at this year’s fest where this didn’t happen.Every. Single. Screening. Seriously, people?! Despite an onscreen…
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One of the “problems” of loving documentaries and attending Hot Docs is trying to figure out what you’re going to see. With so many great options in a given day, it takes a while to craft a schedule and, even then, I find myself second-guessing my choices... sometimes right up until the last possible moment.That’s what happened yesterday, when I had decided that Inventing Tomorrow would be my first screening of the day. I’d earmarked that one since it was…
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As the fest goes on and I rack up more screenings, I’m noting that many of the films I’ve selected at this year’s Hot Docs are winding up thematically linked on any given day... which wasn’t always intentional. And I’m really digging this happy accident!First on today’s agenda was reuniting with my film-fest pals, who always make moviegoing so much more fun and with whom I inevitably wind up having some sort of festival-related adventure: meeting Michael Gross in 2014,…
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