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I continue to be dismayed by the number of festgoers who still, despite all the pre-film requests, feel compelled to repeatedly check their email, text, surf the internet or just otherwise be discourteous, distracting dimwits during screenings. Yesterday, every single one of my films featured someone sitting within a seat or two of me, happily using their smartphone in the middle of a film. And, of course, my whispered “would you mind turning off your phone, please?” was met with…
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Could it be that years of pleading that the balcony in Lightbox 1 be open by default during festival screenings has finally paid off? Because yesterday (and, apparently, on other days as well, based on some comments I’d heard from others) it was open from the get-go for my lone screening there! It was heavenly being able to head upstairs right away and settle in with snacks, instead of having to wait for the main floor to fill up first.…
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Let me begin today by saying I thought I’d seen it all in terms of rude behavior by film-fest audience members over the years: texting or making/taking calls during screenings, cutting in line, sitting down in aisles. But yesterday took the cake when, during Mr. Toilet: The World’s #2 Man, a woman a couple rows ahead of me took out her phone (which was already turned on), aimed it at the screen, zoomed in and out a few times, and…
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Ahhhhhhh, it always feels SO good to step back into the world of Hot Docs after a year apart. Perhaps owing to the fact that it was only the first full day of moviegoing, everyone I encountered – from fellow film fans to volunteers and staff – was in a super-great mood. Fabulous line chats were had, with many people sharing the films they were most excited to check out, and (thankfully) the heavy rain that started the day had…
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Some of these films were very good, one was kind of stinky, and the others fall somewhere in between. Here are the last five of the reviews for the 2019 films I saw before the fest got underway. I'm primed and ready to start hitting screenings at the festival starting on Friday the 26th!   Buddha in Africa (5/8) Sometimes it’s hard to distinguish between the icky feeling you get from a documentary’s subject matter and the one you might…
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Though I wasn't able to catch as many pre-festival screenings as I would have liked (::: shakes fist at day job :::), I did manage to get to a few, and this year's crop included a number of standouts. Here are eight worth adding to your to-see list!   Advocate (7/8) This engrossing character study is directed by Rachel Leah Jones and Philippe Bellaïche, and introduces audiences to the life and work of Israeli human-rights attorney Lea Tsemel, who defends…
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