//No Place to Hide: The Rehtaeh Parsons Story

No Place to Hide: The Rehtaeh Parsons Story

TORONTO — Documentaries about bullied teen Rehtaeh Parsons and former Newfoundland and Labrador premier Danny Williams are among the high-profile titles heading to a Hot Docs festival bolstered by a record number of female directors.

Hot Docs president Chris McDonald says 40 per cent of the directors this year are women. That includes Rama Rau‘s “No Place to Hide,” about Parsons’ heartbreaking case, and Kristina Goolsby and Ashley York’s opening night film “Tig,” about comic Tig Notaro’s defiant spirit and humour in the face of a cancer diagnosis.

[su_divider top=”no” divider_color=”#006699″] The Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival runs April 23 to May 3.


TIFF Bell Lightbox 2
Sun, Apr 26 7:30 PM

TIFF Bell Lightbox 3
Mon, Apr 27 1:15 PM

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May 3 1:00 PM


  1. Daniel May 27, 2015 at 3:32 pm

    That is indeed a very powerful documentary, a must see! I missed the 1st 20 minutes when it was shown on television may 9th, but it will be shown again this saturday may30th 8:00 p.m. eastern on OMNI 2

  2. Carrie May 9, 2015 at 11:58 pm

    I am just finishing watching this. It is like a punch to the stomach seeing what this girl and her family endured. I
    am deeply sorry for what Rehtaeh experienced. This documentary needs to be shown in every middle and high school.

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