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5 Must-See Films At Hot Docs 2016

5 Must-See Films At Hot Docs 2016

Hot Docs, North America’s premier doc-cinema festival, is set to begin its 2016 edition in Toronto, with 232 films being screened from April 28 to May 8.  There are 118 world and international premieres from 51 countries spread across 11-days, as well as special events like the Docs X- interactive installations and virtual-reality films among


10 Films To Watch At The 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

#millennialissues, unexploited creativity, the angst that follows an artistic nature and the sorrow of incomplete love affairs lays out TFF 2016, all of them being subjects occurring in everyday life in the ‘10s. How difficult is it to break into the artistic circles? Have we isolated ourselves because we live in the era of technology


10 Films To Watch At The 2016 Berlinale

As we are ever expanding, our most recent stop on the International film stage is the 66th Berlinale in the great city of Berlin, Germany.  As usual, we have put together 10 films we consider to be must watch cinema, with 2016’s slate being particularly strong. Drawing from the spectrum of the festival’s offering, our


10 Films To Watch At The 2016 Sundance Film Festival

With the 2016 Sundance Film Festival kicking off in a matter of days, Park City will once again be the center of the independent film world.  With over 100 narratives, documentaries, shorts, experimental films playing over the course of the two-week festival, there is surely something for every taste and film interest.  Based on our


10 Films To Watch At The 2015 IDFA

Every year IDFA presents the best documentaries, selected from a wide topical range. This selection is made on the basis of certain clear criteria. In short, the IDFA looks for documentaries that are stylistically interesting or innovative, socially relevant and who manage to clearly communicate with their audiences. The following list represents 10 films which have

Musée Miniature et Cinéma: Cinema Before Green Screen Was Cool

Have you ever wondered what was the process of constructing cinema sets before technology changed our lives? How did scenographers manage to make the scene look so realistic without the use of computers? Apparently, what they had to do was creating scale models of the sets! They had to think of every little detail, from