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POV (Canada)
CANADA'S DOCUMENTARY MAGAZINE
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

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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 Agn├Ęs Varda, and a look at the growing trend of films based on a true story as the popularity for documentary evolves.

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