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The ambitious second season of Netflix's doc series is a slower burn, but finds a compelling new character in Steven Avery's post-conviction lawyer more

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Documentary about Janae Marie Kroczaleski is as much about body image as transitioning more

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Despite rock climber Alex Honnold's unemotional exterior, this film about his attempt to free solo the sheer, 3000-foot El Capitan rock face is thrilling, white-knuckle viewing more

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Adam Schull

Film charting the rise and fall of the notorious New York City disco is thorough but grows less compelling the further away it moves from the dance floor more

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Documentary about Hasidic women fighting to create an all-female emergency force will surprise you more

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This quasi-essay film about the artists who emerged from Swinging London is fascinating stuff, especially in the first half more

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Bing Liu's coming-of-age documentary about skateboarders in the U.S. Midwest thoughtfully explores trauma, anger and resentment more

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Third film in an environmental doc trilogy that began with Manufactured Landscapes ups the ante with surreal and psyched-out visuals more

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A documentary about the polarizing British-Tamil musician’s life is sparking difficult conversations about race and identity – and she isn’t afraid to get heated more

Interviews & Features

Steve Loveridge's documentary biopic about the polarizing pop star is much more than a coming-of-age tale more

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Moore’s documentary about how America ended up with Donald Trump as president is, like much of his later work, a bait-and-switch project more

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Documentary about Gilda Radner’s short life and brilliant career illuminates a magnificent talent more

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But the documentary, which is airing on CBC, only scratches the surface of a subject that could fill multiple films more

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Documentary series travels Canada and the world to create portraits of artists in the midst of making new work more

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Doc about humankind’s relationship to automatons is not reassuring at all more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Tom Donahue's documentary on sexism in Hollywood had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Filmed over 10 years, this heartbreaking documentary looks at marriages of convenience between Thai women and Danish men. more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Roberto Minervini's documentary about the lives of Black Americans in the U.S. South is startlingly intimate more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Rithy Panh's latest doc on the lingering effects of Khmer Rouge atrocities in Cambodia is an exceptional and moving film more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Sergei Loznitsa's found footage doc about a Stalin-era show trial takes the idea of a "procedural drama" to a bleak new level more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018