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“Ride Fair” begins streaming April 29 – free to watch Hot Doc

“Ride Fair,” a seven minute short film by director Javier Lovera begins streaming for free today as part of the 2021 Hot Docs Festival which will run from April 29 to May 9. 

“Three fearless community organizers with a history of standing up against big tech corporations, embark on an uphill political fight to regulate Uber and Lyft in Toronto so that these companies operate in the public interest, respecting communities, drivers and passengers,” according to the HotDocs website. 

The film is seven minutes long and is free to stream, however viewers must register on the HotDocs website to receive the link to the film which is sent by email. 

Click on this link to visit the “Ride Fair” page on the HotDocs website and scroll to the bottom to find the links to register for a ticket.

Learn more about the Citizen Minutes project at citizenminutes.hotdocs.ca.

Learn more about HotDocs year-round programming Hot Docs Cinema FAQs.

The Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is the largest documentary festival in North America. The event takes place annually in Toronto, Canada. In addition to the annual festival, Hot Docs owns and operates the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, administers multiple production funds, and runs year-round screening programs including Doc Soup and Hot Docs Showcase.