What does it mean to be a hero? Where do stories go when no one reads them? Why would a father pack a kale flax-seed bar in his kid’s school lunch? Those are some of the many questions posed in The Neverending Story, the wondrously
The Wakefield Doc Fest is about to open its 11th event on Feb. 7 with a packed month of films from Canada and from around the world. The opening documentary is Pipe Dreams by Montreal's Stacey Tenenbaum, whose film Shiners was at the festival a few years
The names Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore don’t ring a bell? Fifteen years ago, they didn’t for Ottawa’s Sarah Waisvisz, either.
Then Waisvisz, a budding playwright, performer and academic, happened to watch a film about the two at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. She felt