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What better way to follow a “light” movie-going day than to see if I’ve still got what it takes to pull off one with four back-to-back screenings? Happily, it turns out my stamina – not tapped since I-don’t-know-how-many TIFFs ago – remains intact! And, weirdly, all of the films on this day wound up being family-centric. First up was Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story (5/8), the story of Booker Wright, a black waiter and restaurant owner in Greenwood, Mississippi, whose…
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As many frequent festivalgoers will likely attest: sometimes, when you’re seeing a whole slew of movies in a fairly short amount of time, you need a “light” day in order for your body and mind to take a bit of a breather. That’s why I only saw two films today. And, thankfully, I didn’t want to walk out of either. Welcome to the Machine (5/8) is sort of like a kernel of what could be a really amazing (and much…
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It was a very grey and rainy day today, which meant audiences arriving for screenings wet from the knees down and with drippy umbrellas in tow. In some cases, having to stand outside in the rain while waiting in line. Spirits, though, were not dampened... even though two of my three films wound up being a little less than bright and glorious. I began the day with The Punk Syndrome (2/8), a film I almost walked out on because I…
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What is WRONG with some people in the audience for these Hot Docs screenings? Bad behavior during a film, which used to be scarce (if present at all) during the fest, is now rearing its loud, ugly head more and more often. At one film, a couple arrived late (the film had already been playing for about 10 minutes), sat down right in front of me and proceeded to talk – AT FULL VOLUME. I was stunned. When they didn’t…
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I’m not sure whether it’s a good sign or a bad one that each of the three films I saw today made me cry. (Yes, I know, it's to be expected at Hot Docs -- these docs are frequently poignant.) The subject matter of the films was diverse, but the (unintentional) unifying theme of my screening selections seemed to be the determination of the human spirit. If you’ve ever wanted to know what it looks like to have your forearm…
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My first official Hot Docs screening is tomorrow night, but I’ve been lucky enough to catch a few pre-fest press screenings. Here’s what I’ve seen so far, and what I thought: In the strangely poignant Detropia (6/8), filmmakers Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing (Jesus Camp) examine the economic collapse of Detroit, Michigan. Once a booming auto-manufacturing metropolis, the city has become something of a graffiti-ridden ghost town, with endless rows of boarded-up homes and businesses, and citizens desperate for solutions.…
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