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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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Before we get into today’s screenings, I have a question about the Lightbox 1 balcony. Namely: does anyone know why that balcony is always kept closed until just before the film starts? And sometimes, kept closed throughout a screening?Those are some of the best seats in the house, and ticketholders filing into that theater should, in theory, be able to sit up there, no? Sometimes, the balcony is opened up juuuuust before the screening is about to start... which means…
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With snacks packed and my screening schedule tucked into my knapsack (picking what to see and when literally took me a week!), it was time to get Hot Docs 2017 underway. YAY! The first official day of the festival also turned out to be the warmest of the year so far, so – given my inherent dislike of heat and humidity – it only made sense to kick off my filmgoing with This Cold Life (7/8), a beautiful and lyrical…
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The festival officially gets underway tomorrow, and these are the last of my pre-fest reviews. Coverage of my day-to-day misadventures begins on Friday. Until then, rest up, fuel up and get ready for 10 days of wall-to-wall docs! Birth of a Family (5/8) This somewhat uneven film follows four siblings – victims of the “Sixties Scoop” in Saskatchewan, which saw Indigenous children taken from their families by the government and placed in non-Indigenous homes – as they come together for…
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I’m not sure if it’s just that I somehow managed to attend pre-fest screenings for only the really great docs, or if the caliber of films I’ve seen so far is actually an indicator that Hot Docs 2017 is going to be overflowing with exceptional offerings, but here are more of the titles that impressed, intrigued or excited me so far. A Cambodian Spring (6/8) This powerful doc was headed for seven slices... until the last five minutes. Set in…
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