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Toronto 2019 / TIFF Docs

Review: Ibrahim: A Fate to Define

Review: Ibrahim: A Fate to Define

Lina Al Abed's first feature-length documentary mixes the investigative and the personal in a story about the unknown destiny of her father  

16/09 | Toronto 2019 | TIFF Docs

Review: Paris Stalingrad

Review: Paris Stalingrad

French director Hind Meddeb offers a humanist and committed documentary on the fate of homeless migrants trapped on the streets of Paris  

11/09 | Toronto 2019 | TIFF Docs

Karim Sayad  • Director of My English Cousin

Interview: Karim Sayad • Director of My English Cousin

"There’s clearly something personal about my films"

Swiss and Algerian filmmaker Karim Sayad talks to us about his latest work My English Cousin, which is screening in Toronto's TIFF Docs section  

10/09 | Toronto 2019 | TIFF Docs

Alex Gibney  • Director of Citizen K

Interview: Alex Gibney • Director of Citizen K

“I thought Khodorkovsky’s story might be an opportunity to talk about how power works in Russia”

VENICE 2019: American documentarian Alex Gibney discusses his Citizen K and tells Cineuropa a bunch of Russian tales at the Venice Film Festival  

09/09 | Venice 2019 | Out of Competition

Review: My English Cousin

Review: My English Cousin

With style and great attention to detail, the Swiss-Algerian director Karim Sayad observes the day-to-day of a man wrestling with the dilemmas of his life  

06/09 | Toronto 2019 | TIFF Docs

Review: Citizen K

Review: Citizen K

VENICE 2019: Alex Gibney tells the story of the oligarch who turned into a rebel after being sent to jail by President Putin  

04/09 | Venice 2019 | Out of Competition

Toronto unveils TIFF Docs and Midnight Madness selections

Toronto unveils TIFF Docs and Midnight Madness selections

25 non-fiction works and 10 genre-focused titles will feature in the Toronto International Film Festival’s sidebars  

09/08 | Toronto 2019 | TIFF Docs/Midnight Madness

Review: The Cordillera of Dreams

Review: The Cordillera of Dreams

CANNES 2019: Chile’s Patricio Guzmán makes a scathing condemnation of his country’s social amnesia regarding the Pinochet dictatorship, through an ode to the geographical miracle of the Andes  

18/05 | Cannes 2019 | Special Screenings