Hot Docs 2014: Coverage, Reviews and Interviews
Unpredictable, illuminating, and unquestionably innovative, the Hot Docs Film Festival returns for a week and half with an impressive slate of such varied and impressive works. There are a myriad of films on love in its different forms (from weddings to divorce to mail order brides); biographies on Big Bird, George Takei, and Alice Cooper; a spotlight on Danish films; the annual Canadian spectrum, and others that champion human rights, gay rights, and animal rights, among others.
There is indeed something for everyone. From the bizarre (Art and Craft) to the funny (Harmontown), from the provocative (Ukraine Is Not a Brothel) to the zombified (Doc of the Dead), Scene Creek is here to help guide you through the expansive of array of films at Hot Docs 2014.
Doc of the Dead