A Dangerous Game: after the success of the anti-Donald Trump doc You’ve Been Trumped, gadfly Anthony Baxter follows up with more of the developer’s misadventures in Scotland.
I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story, a heartwarming retrospective about the 80-year-old actor who has played Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch since the show’s creation.
In The Boy From Geita, Canadian director Vic Sarin tells the horrifically compelling story of a 12-year-old boy with albinism targeted by his superstitious countrymen, who call him Ghost and regard his appendages as good luck totems to be chopped off and claimed, like human rabbit’s feet. In Out of Mind, Out of Sight, filmmaker John Kastner returns to Brockville Mental Health Centre, which he visited for last year’s NCR: Not Criminally Responsible.
In To Be Takei, Jennifer Kroot follows Star Trek’s George Takei as he and his manager-husband Brad Altman try to mount a musical based on the actor’s experience in a Japanese-American internment camp during World War II. Takei will be in Toronto for the screening.
Tomorrow We Disappear is a profile of the Kathputli artist colony in New Delhi, home to a community of 1,500 magicians, artists, and circus performers who are threatened with expulsion when the government sells the land under their feet to developers.
Tough Love goes deep inside the New York State child welfare system to measure the human toll of parents separated from their children by a well-meaning bureaucracy.
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