Real Screen – ‘My Enemy, My Brother’ Hot Docs Press Break

The 24th edition of the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival will see 230 titles from 58 countries screening across 13 programs, with work by female filmmakers representing close to 48% of the slate, according to organizers. Meanwhile, the Hot Docs’ Canadian Spectrum program will screen notable films that include the likes of Attiya Khan and Lawrence Jackman’s A Better Man, about a woman working through her past as a victim of domestic violence with her abuser; Ali Weinstein’s Mermaids, tracing the origins of mermaid subcultures and Ann Shin’s My Enemy, My Brother, detailing the story of two former Iran-Iraq War enemies who meet in Vancouver 25 years later. To read the full article, click here.