Latest from Oliver Skinner
Hot Docs couldn't hold this year's festival as planned — so they put it in your living room
CBC and North America's largest documentary festival have teamed up for Hot Docs at Home on CBC.
I He(art) My City
Forests, rowdy nightlife and one slippery sea lion: An artist's guide to falling in love with London
London is much more than just a college town or pit stop between the metropolises of Detroit and Toronto. Writer Oliver Skinner is here to guide you through it.
What does it mean to be queer at the prom? This new film explores seven decades of answers
Take Me To Prom was a hit at Hot Docs, and now it's available for everyone to enjoy.
It's only the end of the world: In this podcast, aliens destroy the Earth...because of our pop music
Maggie MacDonald has assembled a who's who of Toronto artists for her "apocalyptic space dramedy" No One Receiving.
Point of View
Dearest London, Ontario: What the Junos' spotlight on my hometown means to me
The city is usually considered "resoundingly average" — but it features a surprisingly rich arts history.
This year's Fantasia Festival illuminates the anxieties of our new digital reality
These films are unafraid to go to places other wouldn't dare, and sometimes that place is only made clear in the pitch-black of a downtown Montreal cinema.
Vampires, Grease and a clown teaching sex-ed: how 3 troupes are queering this year's Montreal Fringe
A whole slew of productions are setting out to upend traditional, patriarchal narratives.
Shawn Mendes's relevatory new album art shows in a single glance that the pop star is growing up
While the covers of him previous two records maintain a distance, the image for this self-titled work completely opens him up.
This new doc is a tender tribute to a group of Quebecois seniors living it up in Florida
Cut to the feeling of "Canada's southernmost city" with Joannie Lafrenière's film Snowbirds, on now at Hot Docs.
This new documentary delves deep into Montreal's Ubisoft — the largest videogame studio in the world
Jean-Simon Chartier's Playing Hard is premiering at Hot Docs, offering audiences a unique look into video game production.