Watch trailers and clips for some of the films we have heading to the 2009 Hot Docs documentary film festival in Toronto.
Roadsworth: Crossing the Line details a Montreal stencil artist's campaign to make his mark on the city streets, define himself as an artist and address difficult questions about art and freedom of expression.
Paris 1919 uses a blend of archival material and dramatic re-enactments to offer viewers a glimpse inside the Paris Peace Conference.
Invisible City shows the inner-city housing project of Toronto's Regent Park where Kendell and Mikey, like their surroundings, are in a process of transformation. Turning his camera on the often ignored inner city, Academy-award nominated director, Hubert Davis, sensitively depicts the disconnection of urban poverty and race from the mainstream.
Professor Norman Cornett is the latest film by Alanis Obomsawin, Canada's leading Aboriginal filmmaker. The film looks at how we educate our youth in a tribute to this exceptional professor.
The Real Place features the phantasmagorical swirls of playwright John Murrell's literary imaginings as captured by animator Cam Christiansen.