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Hot Docs 2018: REDUX

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REDUX: classic films that deserve another outing on the big screen. Presented in partnership with Documentary Organization of Canada. Sponsored by Encore+, by the Canada Media Fund.

All The Time In The World
Tickets: http://ow.ly/jCxz30j6yBt
The filmmaker's family of five uproots to live in a remote corner of the Yukon for nine months as they pursue true connection and freedom from the structure of time.

The Corporation
Tickets: http://ow.ly/cPS330j6yDw
This prescient doc examines the phenomenon of the corporation—a relatively new human invention that has become "all-pervasive, like the church, the monarchy and the communist party."

DEATH BY POPCORN: THE TRAGEDY OF THE WINNIPEG JETS
Tickets: http://ow.ly/CbCR30j6yF0
You don't need to be a hockey fan to appreciate this found-footage doc on the downfall of the ill-fated Winnipeg Jets. It's a post-mortem as heartbreaking as it is hilarious.

Manufactured Landscapes
Tickets: http://ow.ly/dxFB30j6yGI
Exploring the provocative and subtly political work of Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, whose complex artistic practice throws industrial wastelands and urban decay into beautiful relief.

SHORTS PROGRAM
Tickets: http://ow.ly/f8IY30j6yIj
Featuring past and present leading voices from Atlantic Canada, showcasing the techniques by which fimmakers have explored the lives and landscapes of the east coast.

SOL Documentary
Tickets: http://ow.ly/Wdp330j6yKp
An interrogation of how an Igloolik performer came to die in RCMP custody in 2012, one flashpoint death is set against a broader exploration of Nunavut's alarmingly high rates of suicide.

SPOON
Tickets: http://ow.ly/wV9F30j6yLK
Director Michka Saäl explores her relationship with an incarcerated American writer serving a life sentence.

TWO WORLDS COLLIDING
Tickets: http://ow.ly/Bdap30j6yNF
In January 2000, two police officers leave an Indigenous man to die, stranded in -20°C temperatures. He survives—but a grisly pattern emerges.