Hot Docs

EMAfilms presents A Dog’s Life by Hélène Choquette, a Toronto premiere at Hot Docs 2016

EMAfilms presents A Dog’s Life A film by Hélène Choquette Hot Docs 2016 – Toronto Premiere Screening Times and Dates: Wednesday, May 4 - 6:45PM TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King St W) Thursday, May 5 -10:15AM Isabel Bader Theater (93 Charles St W) Saturday May 7 -1:30PM TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King St W) Quebec’s award-winning documentary filmmaker Hélène Choquette follows a different path with her latest film, A Dog’s Life – where she explores the bond between homeless people and their dogs. EMAfilms presents this powerful, and touching film, which gets a Toronto premiere at Hot Docs, Wednesday May

Min Sook Lee’s MIGRANT DREAMS – World Premiere at Hot Docs 2016

A town that’s become a symbol of “saving our jobs” is ironic ground-zero for migrant worker exploitation MIGRANT DREAMS  a film by Min Sook lee WORLD PREMIERE at Hot Docs Sunday May 1 – 9:00 PM, TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 2 Other festival screenings: Tuesday May 3 – 1:15 PM, Scotiabank Theatre 3 Sunday May 8 – 1:00 PM, TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 2 Leamington - a place of recent national pride for its all-Canadian greenhouse tomatoes – reveals its hidden realities of migrant-labour exploitation in Min Sook Lee’s revelatory documentary Migrant Dreams. The town houses thousands of temporary workers


  GAT at Hot Docs April 28 - May 8, 2016  |  twitter/Instagram @GATPR Aim for the Roses - Directed by John Bolton - (Canada) (World Premiere) Aim for the Roses is a one-of-a-kind film, a "musical docudrama" influenced by the totally amazing, completely ridiculous album by Canadian musician Mark Haney, inspired by the daredevil stunt to end all daredevil stunts by Canadian stuntman Ken Carter. SCREENS: Sunday, May 1 - 7:15 PM, Scotiabank 7 | Monday, May 2 - 1:15 PM, TBLB 3 | Thursday, May 5 – 1:00 PM, Scotiabank 3 Cheer Up  – Directed by Christy