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Author: Jordan M. Smith
A tender, often humorous portrait of an elderly proprietor of a sleepy café in the middle of the Sahara.
Garin Hovannisian's documentary viscerally follows Nikol Pashinya's march to remove Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan from power.
Oscar nominee Feras Fayyad returns with a brutal but humanistic companion piece to 'Last Men In Aleppo.'
This "miraculous gem" explores the potential of collaboration with a group of young French students.
An Iranian family flees their homes and seeks asylum in Turkey in this deeply moving documentary from Eva Mulvad.
Cameras turned toward the right, the sky, and everywhere in between in the TIFF Docs and Wavelengths programs.
This year’s highlights touch on time-traveling feminism, literary heroes in translation, governmental surveillance and more.Irene Lusztig’s ‘Yours In Sisterhood’Heading into its 25th edition, the Hot …
Toronto International Film FestivalFeatures and shorts brought more women filmmakers, a lot of familiar favorites, and a number of new nonfiction gems.Frederick Wiseman’s ‘Ex Libris — The New York Pub…