Hideo Kojima: Connecting Worlds stands out among films with its mercurial visual style. But Kojima the person remains elusive as it’s a praise documentary.
Let the Canary Sing might be a shallow documentary, that leaves you no closer to knowing Cyndi Lauper as a person, but it’s a wonderful, joyous watch.
Fans of David Bowie will love this film, but there is more here; Moonage Daydream does more than Bowie songs with kaleidoscopic imagery, it allows viewers to see the arc of Bowie’s thoughts and feelings.
Let The Little Light Shine shows an authentic look at a grassroots movement to save a school; a look at the politics, fake change, and catering to white…
Like the US, they also rewrite history, downplay or ignore their historical role and how that directly influences generational wealth among white people, and generational trauma among Black and Indigenous people. BLK: An Origin Story highlight specific groups, individuals, and locations, in four episodes, that are essential to Black people’s arc in Canada.
God Said Give ‘Em Drum Machines is an informative, fascinating journey through musical evolution with the pioneers in techno who crafted the sounds we still…
Aftershock, directed by Paula Eiselt and Tonya Lewis Lee, personalizes the Black maternal mortality and morbidity epidemic in the United States in this documentary. Through the heartache of two fathers who lost their partners due to subpar hospital care, we see the grief and determination that galvanizes them to activism. Heartbreaking does not begin to