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This essay was commissioned by the Toronto International Film Festival as part of their 2016 Canada’s Top Ten Festival. Thanks to Patricia Rozema for her participation.

The director and producer discusses his debut feature as a director, James White, starring Christopher Abbott and Cynthia Nixon, for Borderline Films (Martha Marcy May Marlene, Southcliffe, Simon Killer).

Whitey

Joe Berlinger is an American filmmaker who often collaborates with fellow director Bruce Sinofsky on documentaries, which include the Paradise Lost trilogy, following the West Memphis Three, and Some Kind of Monster, a behind-the-scenes look…

Watermark

Jennifer Baichwal is a Canadian documentary director and producer whose films over the past 15 years often include artists as subjects, including Paul Bowles (Let It Come Down), Shelby Lee Adams (The True Meaning of…

Rich Hill

Tracy Droz Tragos and Andrew Droz Palermo are American filmmakers whose first collaborative feature, Rich Hill, won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in 2014. Tracy had previously directed the 2004 Emmy Award-winning documentary, Be Good,…

Jennifer Chan

Jennifer Chan is a Canadian artist who was selected as the Canadian Spotlight honoree at the 2014 Images Festival. Rated as one of the most notable ‘post-Internet’ artists, her work spans video, performance, installations and animated…