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Black Ice

Director Hubert Davis
Year 2022
Run Time 97min
Genre Documentary

From executive producers Drake, LeBron James and Maverick Carter, and Academy Award-nominated director Hubert Davis, this documentary chronicles the legacy of anti-Black racism in hockey, from the early segregation of Nova Scotia’s Coloured Hockey League of the Maritimes to the experiences of today’s Black NHLers. This powerful film is a must-see critique of the systemic failures that have sidelined Black Canadians in a sport that’s in the country’s DNA. 

Black Ice won over audiences and critics alike upon its TIFF premiere in 2022, winning the festival’s People’s Choice Award for Documentaries. It was also named to TIFF’s annual Canada’s Top Ten list. 


Hubert Davis

Davis’s first film, Hardwood, was nominated for an Oscar for Best Short Documentary. He received the Don Haig award at the Hot Docs festival for Invisible City, and has directed numerous award winning commercials, as well as the short film Aruba and the 2016 feature doc Giants of Africa. His 2017 short, Rivolta, won a Cannes Film Lion. his most recent feature doc Black Ice, premiered at TIFF 2022. Next, he is working on the series The Count.


Hubert Davis


P.K. Subban


Vinay Virmani




BIPOC Stories, Discrimination, Social Justice & Politics, Sports

Original Language


Canadian Distributor