Charles Officer

Toronto finally plays itself in Enemy, The Stairs, The F Word and other standout movies set in the 6ix Read more

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Charles Officer’s wide-ranging doc about Saint-Exupéry’s children’s book shows that some tales are timeless Read more


Brown Girl Begins

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Because the diaspora is wider than Wakanda Read more

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The 2018 edition of the Screenies spreads the nominations far and wide, but there are a few glaring omissions as usual Read more

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From indie upstarts and fierce activists to a literary legend, here are some Torontonians who made our film and TV scene exciting Read more

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Tragically Hip doc Long Time Running is snubbed in TIFF's roundup of the best in Canadian cinema Read more

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Winner of the best Canadian feature documentary looks at kids in community housing as their neighbourhood is about to be razed Read more


The documentary festival continues through the weekend, but a whole bunch of films are already winners, among them Charles Officer's Unarmed Verses Read more

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After confronting brutal oppression in his CBC film The Skin We’re In, the director gets quieter in Hot Docs’ Unarmed Verses, a vibrant look at three talented Black youths uprooted by a forced “revitalization” ­project in North York Read more

The world-renowned documentary festival marks its 24th edition with new programs, new events and new faces Read more

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In the run-up to the Oscar telecast this weekend, we spotlight great Toronto movies that put racialized people front and centre. Read more

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