We are excited to announce The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution has been nominated for the prestigious Donald Brittain Award for Best Social Political Documentary and Best Photography Documentary or Factual by the Academy of Canadian Cinema Awards!
The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution is honoured to be the opening film of the 13th Culinary Cinema Programme at the 2019 Berlinale.
Maya Gallus turns up The Heat on male-dominated cooking industry
New documentary the Heat puts spotlight on female chefs in male-dominated industry
Women chefs step up to the plate in Hot Docs opener The Heat
Director Maya Gallus’s film heats up Hot Docs!
The Heat opens 25th anniversary of Hot Docs Canadian International Film Festival!
It takes a brazen personality to excel in the competitive world of professional cooking. A woman can only ascend the ranks if she can take the heat.
“Hot Docs will pay tribute to Gemini Award-winning director and producer Maya Gallus with this year’s Focus On retrospective, an annual program showcasing the work of a mid-career Canadian filmmaker. Hot Docs will screen a selection of Gallus’ films in the Focus On program during the 24th annual Festival, April 27 to May 7, 2017…” View more at: https://www.hotdocs.ca/news/fo17-maya-gallus
We are excited to announce that we have received three Canadian Screen Award nominations for The Mystery of Mazo de la Roche. Award ceremony to be held in Toronto March 4th.