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Kim Ives | The film provides a devastating analysis of the last four decades of Haitian history and the collusion between Washington, Ottawa, and Paris in Haiti's domination and exploitation.
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Doreen Nicoll | When Daniel Schubert read that one-fifth of Canadian youth don't know what the Holocaust is, he documented his grandmother's incredible journey from Auschwitz to Winnipeg.
Podcast
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David Peck | Director Hao Wu talks about his important new film "76 Days," bearing witness to the death and rebirth of the city of Wuhan, China, in the early days of the global pandemic.
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Krystalline Kraus | "The Witches" is a fantasy, but the potential for Anne Hathaway's portrayal of the Grand High Witch to cause real-life pain for people with disabilities is still there.
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Director Cheryl Foggo and rodeo champion Fred Whitfield as John Ware. Image: Shaun Robinson, used with permission
Doreen Nicoll | Cheryl Foggo's documentary, "John Ware Reclaimed," shatters incorrect notions of who Black people are and were historically.
Podcast
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David Peck | During the Ethiopian Revolution, almost every family lost a loved one. Tamara Dawit, director of the film "Finding Sally," talks about her quest to piece together the life of her aunt Sally.
Podcast
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David Peck | Anastasia Phillips talks about her new film "Tammy's Always Dying," focusing on mental health issues, families, and why she never judges a character she plays on film.
Podcast
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David Peck | "Harlan County USA" director talks about her newest film "Desert One," and what she's learned about her country after almost 50 years of documentary making.
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Doreen Nicoll | If online learning is not working for your child, here are some ways to get them hooked into self-directed home learning.
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Doreen Nicoll | Filmmaker Moïse Marcoux-Chabot has lovingly crafted a six-part documentary series that captures the essence of the neo-rural movement in Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula.
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Rick Salutin | Something's going on in the nature of storytelling. Perhaps it is a move from the written tradition back toward the oral tradition, where things are more open-ended and chaotic.
Podcast
Sasha Joseph Neulinger. Image: Gilad Cohen
Gilad Cohen, Simona Ramkisson, Brandon Fragomeni, Alex Castellani, Ron Ma | How to create spaces for survivors, and learning to love himself again -- Sasha Joseph Neulinger discusses the experience of making "Rewind."