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POV (Canada)
Biannual Magazine from Canada

- Documentary works in film, photography, and new media.
- Focused on the stories behind production and the talents behind the cameras.
- Founded by the Documentary Organization of Canada (DOC), in 1990.
- Website: povmagazine.com

Last updated:
16 November 2023
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Garry Malvern

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CONTENTS: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 GALLERIES: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 All

Issue 119
Fall 2023

Issue 118
Spring 2023

Issue 117
Fall/Winter 2022

Issue 116
Spring/Summer 2022
POV Issue #116 spotlights archive and the elements with a look at docs like Fire of Love, Becoming Cousteau, and Jane, which engage us with the wonders of the natural world through images left behind by curious minds. This issue also looks at new Canadian docs on the festival circuit like Sean Stiller's Returning Home, Barri Cohen's Unloved: Huronia's Forgotten Children, Shane Belcourt's Beautiful Scars, and Stacey Tenenbaum's Scrap. Photographers Michele Pearson Clarke and Sunil Gupta are profiled, while deep dive essays consider Ways of Seeing upon its 50th anniversary, basketball docs, the diary film, and more!

Issue 115
Fall/Winter 2021
Joannie Lafrenieres Gabor pays tribute to prolific documentary photographer Gabor Szilasi. Plus Jonas Poher Rasmussen discusses Flee, POV surveys the state of Indigenous film production, celebrity chefs are considered, Alanis Obomsawin is celebrated, and more!

Issue 114
Spring/Summer 2021
Elle-Maija Tailfeathers’ Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy is a game-changer for community-based filmmaking. Plus a first look at Hot Docs and DOXA hits, a deep dive on the “Netflix formula” with alternatives for doc fans, Chantal Akerman's journey, Black trailblazers, and more!

Issue 113
Fall/Winter 2020
Highlights in this issue include a cover story on Michelle Latimer and her new documentary Inconvenient Indian, as well as Werner Herzog in conversation about his new film Fireball, deep dives on films like The New Corporation and Nomadland, and essays looking at documentary and police brutality, #BlackLivesMatter, and photography in the time of COVID.

Issue 112
Spring/Summer 2020
Director Mira Burt-Wintonick discusses her new film Wintopia about her late filmmaker father Peter Wintonick, dubbed "Canada's documentary ambassador." This issue also features first looks at films debuting on the 2020 festival circuit amid COVID-19, including Ariel Nasr's The Forbidden Reel, which restores Afghan film history, and Sam Soko's Softie about the "Kenyan Bernie Sanders." Additional questions about film and festival life appear in an essay on True/False 2020, which was one of the final festivals to run in full before the pandemic brought the industry to a halt. Other highlights in the issue include a spotlight on Indigenous photography, a guide to the essential films by Agnès Varda, and a look at the growing trend of films based on a true story as the popularity for documentary evolves.

Issue 111
Fall/Winter 2019
'Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band' celebrates a Canadian music icon. Rocker Robertson and the film's director Daniel Roher join us to discuss their documentary, which was selected to open the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. This issue also features conversations with directors Alanis Obomsawin (Jordan River Anderson: The Messenger), Yung Chang (This Is Not a Movie), and Theodore Ushev (The Physics of Sorrow), and Academy Award winner Asif Kapadia (Diego Maradona) along with essays on memorable doc characters and the progress for women in film as the industry pushes for change.

Issue 111
Fall 2018

Issue 108
Spring 2018

Issue 106
Summer 2017

Issue 104
Winter 2016

Issue 102
Summer 2016

Issue 100
Winter 2015

Issue 98
Summer 2015

Issue 97
Spring 2015

Issue 96
Winter 2014

Issue 95
Fall 2014

Issue 94
Summer 2014

Issue 93
Spring 2014

Issue 92
Winter 2013

Issue 91
Fall 2013

Issue 90
Summer 2013

Issue 89
Spring 2013

Issue 88
Winter 2012

Issue 87
Fall 2012

Issue 86
Summer 2012

Issue 85
Spring 2012

Issue 84
Winter 2011

Issue 83
Fall 2011

Issue 82
Summer 2011

Issue 81
Spring 2011

Issue 80
Winter 2010

Issue 79
Fall 2010

Issue 78
Summer 2010

Issue 77
Spring 2010

Issue 76
Winter 2009

Issue 75
Fall 2009

Issue 74
Summer 2009

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