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SoleJourney (Directors: Kate Burns and Sheila E. Schroeder): I’ve admired the work of Rev. Dr. Mel White and the Soulforce organization for years now and this documentary, partially funded by Soulforce, promised to shed some light on the organization’s continuing … Continue reading

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Beyond Our Ken

Beyond Our Ken (2008, Directors: Melissa Maclean and Luke Walker): I knew this was going to be an interesting screening when I started to see leaflets in the hands of some of the audience accusing the filmmakers of slander and … Continue reading

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Audience of One

Audience of One (Director: Michael Jacobs): I’m finally reviewing this utterly unique documentary that screened at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival way back in October. I was lucky enough to speak to the director by phone tonight and though … Continue reading

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For The Bible Tells Me So

Editor’s Note: Doc Soup is a monthly documentary screening programme run by the good folks at Hot Docs. It gives audiences in Toronto (and now Calgary and Vancouver!) their regular doc fix each year from the fall through to the … Continue reading

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Silent Light (Luz silenciosa)

Silent Light (Luz silenciosa) (Director: Carlos Reygadas): Another one of my previewed films that made the final cut, Silent Light is a bit intimidating to write about. Beginning with a stunning six minute shot of the sun rising over a … Continue reading

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