Documentaries

Is the Homosexual Man's Obsession With Dolls Just a Myth?

Donald D'Haene | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Donald D'Haene

Did you hear about the Drag Queen Ken-Barbie? It "came out" with three, count 'em, three of Barbie's dresses? Mike, a Barbie-loving, 30-something year-old man who never left home would know all about that. Barbie seems to have turned into something of a gay icon. The coming out process is two-fold: "They disclose their sexuality. They profess their love for Barbie."

Can Documentary Films Be Catalysts For Change?

Liz Marshall | Posted 07.28.2013 | Canada
Liz Marshall

I'm often asked: Do you really believe in change? And while I acknowledge that it's hard to be hopeful sometimes, I do, undeniably, believe that a better world is always possible. This is where documentaries play a significant cultural sociopolitical role. They are the narratives of our times.

"Rock N Roll Mamas:" The Art of Mothering on a Tourbus

Justin Beach | Posted 01.29.2013 | Canada Living
Justin Beach

What is the first thing you think of when you hear "touring musician?" If your answer didn't include diapers, breastfeeding, homework and playgroups there is a new documentary you might want to see. Rock N Roll Mamas is a new documentary that tells the story of three mothers who maintained their musical careers while raising children. What the director found was that there are no easy answers.