Hot Docs: The Interrupters

Thoughout The Interrupters, the streets of Chicago are repeatedly called a “war zone.” While this is a phrase repeated by wide-eyed... Read More

Hot Docs: St-Henri, the 26th of August

In 1962, three Quebec filmmakers collaborated on St-Henri, le cinq Septembre, a project documenting working class life in the Montreal... Read More

Event: Malls Across America, 1989

In the late 1980s, filmmaker Michael Galinsky took a roadtrip across the U.S., stopping at dozens of malls to photograph those... Read More

What to See at Hot Docs 2011

Hot Docs 2011 began last night, and runs until May 8. In the next week Spacing will be posting reviews of some urbanist-relevant... Read More

Keep Toronto Reading: The Tannery

Once again Spacing is pleased to be a part of Toronto Public Library’s Keep Toronto Reading program. This April the library hopes the... Read More

Keep Toronto Reading: 401, the King’s Highway

Once again Spacing is pleased to be a part of Toronto Public Library’s Keep Toronto Reading program. This April the library hopes the... Read More

Keep Toronto Reading: “If You Can’t Be in China…”

Once again Spacing is pleased to be a part of Toronto Public Library’s Keep Toronto Reading program. This April the library hopes the... Read More

Keep Toronto Reading 2011

Every April, Toronto Public Library hosts the Keep Toronto Reading Festival. At the centre of the month long celebration of literacy... Read More

Hot Docs: Our House

In Our House we are introduced to Dan, fresh out of jail and newly sober. Homeless and no longer in touch with his family,  Dan is... Read More

Hot Docs: Disorder

Population density inevitably increases turmoil. Although the size of  a municipality is often directly linked to the amount of... Read More