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WINTER 2012, ISSUE #88
CANADIAN FILM SCHOOL SURVEY
POV's 4th annual survey of film programmes across the country feature reports from Nancy Lanthier from the West, Nicholas Gergesha in Central Canada and Allan Tong for Quebec and the Atlantic region.
CANADA'S NATIONAL ART
The Docmedia Manifesto by Peter Wintonick
Is the documentary our national art form? Get stirred up by Governor General's award-winner Wintonick rabble-rousing sense of humour—and passion.
TV/TV: DOC SERIES THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
See Evil, Hear Evil—and Report Evil by Adam Nayman
An international cross-media intiative, which commissioned new pieces by some of the globe's finest documentarians, Why Poverty? is in the fine tradition of socially and political engaged non-fcition work. Nayman recounts a global tale.
Stories of Canada's beautiful game by Mark Dillon
What's so beautiful about the Canadian Football League? Eight documentary filmmakers—not jocks—found out.
Towards a Filmmaker's Bill of Rights for Festivals by Sean Farnel
POV board member and former Hot Docs programme director Farnel offers a bracing wake-up call to naive directors and audience members on how the film festival circuit really works.
Martin Duckworth: the man behind the camera by Maurie Alioff
Director and cinematographer Duckworth has quietly assembled an impressive body of work over the past five decades. Alioff profiles a man who should be a legend.
Pointed View by Rudy Buttignol
Public broadcasting still makes a difference. Stirring words from Knowledge Network's CEO.
Freeze Frame by Marc Glassman and Lois Siegel
Roman Kroiter: celebrating the life of a visionary filmmaker.
THE POV INTERVIEW SERIES ON YOUTUBE: The POV Interview Series - In Conversation with Point of View magazine Editor Marc Glassman - features original content, not printed in the magazine, on our new YouTube channel. In early August 2012, we added the 2nd subject in our series with a three-part interview with Don McCullin.
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