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Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema

A historic venue in Toronto specializing in documentary and non-fiction films from Canada and around the world, with educational programs.

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The biggest documentary film festival in North America happens right on Bloor every April. The Hot Docs festival brings hundreds of filmmakers, producers, distributors and documentary subjects to Toronto, where many of the best docs you’ll see on Netflix or Prime Video get their debut. Hot Docs is a lot cozier than the enormous TIFF, but that low-key vibe means tickets are more affordable and easier to access. Even if you’re not in the city during the festival, you can head to the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, a classic theatre in the Annex that’s been bought by the documentary organization and repurposed as a venue screening the best of Hot Docs festivals past.  

mfraiman 2 years ago

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