Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival

Every spring, Hot Docs showcases hundreds of films at the century-old Hot Docs Cinema in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood, which is part of the broader Bloor Street cultural district. Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival got its start in 1993 thanks to a group of Canadian independent filmmakers who wanted to promote the excellent work being done not only by national documentarians but those from around the world. 

Almost a quarter of a million viewers come for the conference sessions, screenings, and creative workshops, all of which run the gamut from engaging with emerging artists to international favourites like Bill Murray. 

In years past, films like nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up, Prince’s Tale, and Susanne Bartsch: On Top have made a splash — and it will be exciting to see which documentary in 2022 is dubbed the best of the things to see at Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival. 

Date(s): April 28 to May 8, 2022
Location: Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
Website: https://hotdocs.ca/

2022 Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival Highlights 

Things to do at Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival include:

  • Documentary film screenings
  • Professional development

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