POINT OF VIEW IN THE DOCUMENTARY
Dates: March 25, 6-10pm (1 evening)
Rate: Member 45 / Non-member 60
Number of participants: min. 3 / max. 8
While a documentary film should accurately present reality, how can an author's point of view also be expressed? This workshop aims to analyze and explore point of view in documentary filmmaking, as well as what separates documentary work from all journalistic reporting. Various film examples will be screened and discussed in order to help participants reflect on their own filmmaking projects.
Instructor: Nicolas Renaud
Nicolas Renaud has been making video installations, experimental films and documentary films since 1998. He has taught Film History at Concordia University and is also co-editor of the online film magazine Hors Champ. His latest film, Brave New River (La nouvelle Rupert), earned him the Emerging Canadian Filmmaker Award for best first feature-length documentary at Hot Docs 2013.
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