APRIL 29, 2010 - NEW ONLINE ISSUE
Point of View's new Hot Docs issue is online and will reach newsstands and mailboxes across Canada this week. We're excited to announce that this issue is our largest issue ever!
Check out the digital edition at http://povmagazine.dgtlpub.com. The edition is currently offered free of charge and is fully searchable.
If you're attending Hot Docs, make sure to drop by DOC's booth in the Hot Doc's Industry Centre from May 3 - 7 to pick up free copies of the new issue, courtesy of our friends at Vistek.
Visit the Point of View page to see the cover and a full table of contents and to subscribe online (you will receive your issue within 3 to 5 business days).
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.
FEBRUARY 8, 2010 - POINT OF VIEW LAUNCHES EDUCATIONAL ISSUE
Point of View now also offers students in Canada a reduced subscription price of $15 (regular individual subscriptions in Canada cost $20). Subscribe to Point of View and receive the Spring issue in your mailbox within 3 to 5 business days. Visit www.docorg.ca/en/point-view-magazine to subscribe.
The Spring issue is Point of View's first edition to be available in both print and digital formats. To read the Spring issue online from cover-to-cover go to http://povmagazine.dgtlpub.com. The edition is free of charge and fully searchable.
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 800 members of DOC. Point of View receives support from the Canada Council, the Ontario Arts Council, and Heritage Canada.
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