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Legendary Canadian director Bruce McDonald (Hard Core Logo) and screenwriter Don McKellar (Highway 61) create a one-of-a-kind experience with Canadian supergroup Broken Social Scene, whose members include Metric, Feist, Stars, Do Make Say Think, KC Accidental and Jason Collett. In this love story-meets-concert movie, Bruno finally gets together with his dream girl just as she’s about to take off for school in Paris.


Situated in Toronto’s Rosedale neighbourhood, the Integral House is one of the most remarkable homes in the world and this Hot Docs hit gives you the rare chance to take a tour behind its doors. This architectural marvel was commissioned by Jim Stewart, the most-published mathematician since Euclid. Having met with Frank Gehry and Rem Koolhaas, he ultimately chose two young architects.


Known as the Egyptian Jon Stewart and hailed as a hero by other faux-pundits John Oliver and Samantha Bee, cardiologist-turned-comedian Bassem Youssef hosts The Show, a satirical news program that skewers politicians and holds them accountable. However, hosting such a show in Egypt amidst turmoil is a little different from hosting a show in the U.S. and Youssef finds himself not just under fire but potentially in danger. Able to create his show during the revolution, the documentary follows as a new dictatorship takes rise and threatens Youssef's new role in society.

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Former George W. Bush speechwriter and senior editor at The Atlantic David Frum and former CBC Washington correspondent Alison Smith present this riveting documentary about the inner workings of the Nixon White House, featuring never-before-seen Super 8 home movie footage shot by Nixon's closest advisers.


Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms gets six fresh perspectives with In the Name of All Canadians, a compilation of short documentaries commissioned by Hot Docs. From Indigenous rights to the controversial 'notwithstanding clause,' participating filmmakers take the Charter's key tenets off the page and into the lived experiences of the country we call home.

This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario. World premiere media sponsor: Maclean's.


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