Emerging Canadian documentary filmmakers: apply for a production or development grant from Hot Docs’ CrossCurrents fund
They’re looking for short and feature-length documentary projects in development or production, with grant amounts ranging from $10K to $50K.
One woman’s journey from the depression that brought her to the brink of suicide, to the realization of her value as an Onkwehonwe woman and artist.
A heartwarming story of brotherly love at the darkest time of year.
An interactive film in which the audience participates as part of a blind jury for an art academy whose decision could save the lives of 80 million people.
Tommy Rodgers, an eccentric man with a penchant for conspiracies, shares his personal experiences with loss, addiction and love.
Best friends, 66-year-old farmer Jim and 23-year-old electrician Jon, struggle to keep Edencrest Farm alive.
Jeff Skinner’s discovery of his family history and the history of the family business, Skinner’s of Lockport, the longest-running hot dog stand in Canada.
Alex Unger, aka ELMS, lives a double life: he creates haunting music, and farms cattle.
Just an ordinary suburban family, except that Dad’s transgender, Mom’s queer and there are five kids in this minivan.
An invitation to revisit an adolescent milestone through intimate, charming interviews with queer Canadians.
Twenty-two dogs, five days and 5,000 kilometres is part of the story behind the extraordinary rescue of 111 dogs.
A film about Canadian writer George Ryga exploring how the land and its people shape the writer, who in turn shapes us.