Iris Ng one of Torontos busiest documentary cinematographers returns to Hot Docs

first_img Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisement Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Since then, Ng has helped directors tackle some heavy subjects. Her credits include Angad Bhalla’s Herman’s House, about solitary confinement; Tiffany Hsiung’s The Apology, a look at World War II comfort women; and Min Sook Lee’s Migrant Dreams, about migrant women working in Canada.READ MORE Some of the biggest movies to screen at Hot Docs in recent years all have one thing in common: Iris Ng.One of the city’s best-known doc shooters, the Toronto-based cinematographer became a go-to for directors tackling difficult and personal subject matter after working on Sarah Polley’s 2012 Stories We Tell.That film famously featured the actor-turned-director revealing that her biological father was not who she thought he was. Advertisementlast_img


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