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There’s something comforting about the arrival of the Toronto International Film Festival, and settling in to my first screening of the fest, each September. Despite all its accompanying aggravation and frustration and run-ins with clueless newbie volunteers, TIFF comes with a weird familiarity that, for me, is like slipping on your favorite cozy sweater after having tucked it away in storage for a year. 2012 is my 23rd (!) year attending the fest, so there’s obviously still enough left to…
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It’s always sad when Hot Docs ends. It’s like the end of ten days of documentary-movie camp, during which I got to hang out with all kinds of neat people and make new friends and do fun things like hurry from venue to venue to see a whole slew of really amazing films. Today was the last day of the festival and, though I’ll be glad to say farewell to the schedule that’s been tucked in my bag all week,…
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Partly by design and partly by coincidence, my entire day – in terms of screenings and experiences – somehow dealt with waiting. Literally and/or figuratively. First up was Waiting for Lightning (6/8), director Jacob Rosenberg’s film about pro skateboarder Danny Way and his decision to try to jump over the Great Wall of China. On his board. Weaving preparations for the jump with Way’s turbulent life story and interviews with his family and friends, Lightning traces the origins of his…
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One of my favorite things about Hot Docs, and documentaries in general, is learning about something – a person, a place, a practice, an event, an idea, whatever – I might never have heard of before and might never have otherwise discovered. It happens every single year, and I always leave the fest feeling a bit like my brain’s grown a few millimeters as a result. For example, until I saw The Revisionaries (6/8), I had no clue that the…
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It’s always funny to me which screenings wind up packed to the rafters and which ones are barely attended. Even better, as the festival goes on, it’s interesting to hear which films are getting consistent buzz (good or bad), and which ones are never really mentioned in the ubiquitous “seen anything good?” line discussions. I will be surprised, for example, if The Imposter, the story of a Frenchman who claims to be the long-missing son of an American family, doesn’t…
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Sometimes, even a two-screening day can feel long... especially when your digestive system reacts poorly to something you ate the previous afternoon. So it was that I made my way through the day and didn’t feel too guilty about opting to cut it short by walking out of my final film and heading home before a series of thunderstorms hit. The first screening was We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists (6/8), director Brian Knappenberger’s comprehensive history and chronology…
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