On April 29, 2010 Point of View‘s announced their new Hot Docs online issue. It was published online and reached newsstands and mailboxes across Canada that week. It was also their largest issue ever!
On February 8, 2010 Point of View offered students in Canada a reduced subscription price of $15.
The Spring issue of Point of View‘s first edition was also available in both print and digital formats.
The 28 page ‘Focus on Education’ section in Point of View‘s Spring issue includes: ‘A Survey to Film Programs in Canadian Colleges and Universities’, written by a recent film program graduate; an assessment of Canada’s first Documentary Master of Fine Arts programme at Ryerson; a look into the use of documentaries as educational tools in today’s increasingly visual culture; film festivals in Canadian high schools; why are Europe’s emerging filmmakers turning to training workshops; TIFF and film education.
Also in the Spring issue: Profile of filmmaker Peter Chrzanowski; filmmakers attend the Copenhagen Climate Change conference; regular columns: Books, Soundscaping, Policy Matters.
About Point of View:
Published quarterly by the Documentary Organization of Canada (DOC), Point of View is the leading authority on independent documentary and media production in Canada. Point of View readers are comprised of Canadian film fans, filmmakers, directors, producers, distributors, programmers, broadcasters, educational institutions and over current members of DOC. Point of View receives support from the Canada Council, the Ontario Arts Council, and Heritage Canada.
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