Category Archives: Film Festivals

Lunenburg Doc Fest Review: Unsyncable

The Lunenburg Doc Fest runs from September 21 through the 28th, with a broad selection of quality documentary features. Click here to check out the program.  Unsyncable | Written and Directed by Megan Wennberg  Nova Scotia filmmaker Megan Wennberg's carving out a career driven by curiosity — the best motivation for a documentary filmmaker —…Read More

That’s a Wrap: #TIFF2023

Not a bad festival tally for me — 23 films in little over a week. With more than 200 features screened trying to plot trends from having watched 10% of the festival is a fools errand, but I'll say stories told from the perspective of women was something I very much enjoyed — good to…Read More

#TIFF2023 Reviews: The Pigeon Tunnel, Limbo

The Pigeon Tunnel |  Written and Directed by Errol Morris “Evasion and deception were the necessary weapons of my childhood,” wrote David Cornwell aka John le Carré in his autobiography. Master documentarian Errol Morris helps explain why in this fascinating and impressively concise doc, just over 90 minutes. Cornwell's father was a con artist, constantly…Read More