Documentary

Rainforest: The Limit of Splendour

Presented by A\J, Canada’s Environmental Voice

Winner of the Mark Haslam Award at 2012’s Planet in Focus film festival

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HotDocs Presents

The Last White Knight

“Filmmaker Paul Saltzman, who gave us the inspiring 2009 doc Prom Night in Mississippi continues his look at race in the South with this latest film that sees him returning to the town where he was assaulted for being a civil rights worker in 1965.

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West of Memphis

“When Damien Echols, Jesse Misskelley and Jason Baldwin, otherwise known as the West Memphis Three, were released from jail in Arkansas in 2011, it appeared to have brought an end to one of the most media-covered American crime stories.

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CO-PRESENTED BY THE SIGN DEPOT

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Greenwich Village: Music That Defined A Generation

Local director Laura Archibald will be on hand.

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Italy Love it or Leave It

“Tuscan fields, bel canto arias, slow food and movie stars are some of the images synonymous with one of the world’s most adored cultures. Yet many of filmmakers Luca Regazzi and Gustav Hofer’s disenchanted friends have recently emigrated from Italy.

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a Co-presentation by THEMUSEUM and CREWZONE.CA

Switch

"Switch is possibly the most balanced documentary on the current energy crisis. Instead of dwelling on the problem of diminishing energy reserves itself, this doc surveys the world's range of current energy production from the executive-level perspective of Dr.

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Sarah Polley explores her family history, and the idea of memory.

Stories We Tell makes “documentary” seem the most limiting of labels. Sarah Polley’s brave quest to uncover her family’s deepest secrets unfolds like a thriller, one where the resolution is literally part of her DNA. It’s an intimate story of truth, memory and reconciliation, not just for Polley and her family but also for astonished viewers.

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Alison Klayman’s Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry is a fascinating up-close look at renowned Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei and his ongoing battle with the Chinese government. Named by ArtReview as the most powerful artist in the world, Ai Weiwei is China's most celebrated contemporary artist, and its most outspoken domestic critic.

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Love, Marilyn

Drawing on Marilyn Monroe’s letters and notebooks from the archives of the late Lee Strasberg—one of her prime teachers and crucial confidants—the director Liz Garbus has assembled a distinctive, empathetic, and cogent biographical portrait.

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