Category Archives: Interviews

Interview: Stéphanie Trépanier

Evokative Films is a brand-new Canadian film distributor founded in early 2008 with a fresh perspective on the distribution business. With a strong online presence (a bilingual blog, YouTube channel and Facebook page), its mission is “to bring clever, entertaining … Continue reading

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Book Recommendation: C.W.T.G.M.O.H.G.A.A.T.A.F.I.

Bearing the unwieldiest of titles, Conversations with The Great Moviemakers of Hollywood’s Golden Age at the American Film Institute nevertheless deserves a spot on your summer reading list. AFI founder George Stevens Jr. collects interviews with many of Hollywood’s great … Continue reading

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Interview: Charles Gervais

Charles Gervais is the director of ¿¡Revolución!?, which examines the principles of political revolution through what’s happening today in Hugo Chavez’s Venezuela. I spoke to Charles at this year’s Hot Docs. The film opens in Toronto on Friday May 25th, … Continue reading

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Still in Motion

Pamela Cohn, a filmmaker in her own right, has started a blog focussed on documentaries. Still in Motion features some excellent in-depth interviews with filmmakers; in particular, check out the interview with Pernille Rose Grønkjær, director of The Monastery: Mr. … Continue reading

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Toronto Screen Shots on

Click To Play Hot Docs has come and gone for another year. Having missed most of my films, I wanted to get an overview of the festival to find out which films I need to see and which ones to … Continue reading

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