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The Lost Highway Filmmaker Comments
March 24, 2014
Derreck Roemer and Neil Graham talk about their film "The Lost Highway" about life along a remote yet colourful stretch of Ontario's Highway 7.
Alan Zweig's Filmmaker Comments for 15 Reasons to Live
January 1, 2014
Alan Zweig talks about his documentary 15 Reasons to Live - what it's about, how he went about telling these particular stories and the challenges he encountered along the way.
Filmmaker Comments for "Unsung: Behind the Glee"
November 23, 2013
Documentary filmmaker, Moze Mossanen, talks about the making of "Unsung: Behind the Glee." The film charts the compelling journey of two Toronto high school show choirs as they battle time, nerves and each other to create an award-winning routine for the Show Choir Nationals, Canada's National High School Glee Club Championships.
Patrick Reed's Filmmaker Comments for Fight Like Soldiers
October 26, 2013
Filmmaker Patrick Reed talks about the making of his documentary film "Fight Like Soldiers Die Like Children.
Karen Shopsowitz's Filmmaker Comments for GrandParenting
September 8, 2013
Karen Shopsowitz's talks about her documentary film, "GrandParenting." It's about the older generation's struggles to raise their own children's kids. Not only do they struggle with raising kids as they age, but also the special needs of their children's children.
Ann Shin Filmmaker Comments
June 9, 2013
Ann Shin talks about her documentary "The Defector: Escape From North Korea" which follows two North Korean defectors as they make a perilous journey across Asia on a quest for freedom.
Vladimir Kabelik Filmmaker Comments for Beautifully Broken
May 5, 2013
Director Vladimir Kabelik talks about his documentary "Beautifully Broken", which features the life and work of Rafael Goldchain, a renowned Canadian contemporary photographer.
May 1, 2013
Doc Studio's url and iconic chairs.
May 1, 2013
TVO's Short Doc Contest Winner 2013. Submitted by Craig Allen Conoley. Mixing poetry, performance and documentary, "4 Kids" examines poverty through the prose of Just Jamaal, a spoken-word and hip hop artist from Ottawa. As an early childhood educator, night-shift caretaker, part-time artist and father of four, Jamaal Rogers is a testament to the pride that can exist despite one's circumstances and the power of art to liberate oneself from those circumstances.
May 1, 2013
A description of the Doc Studio Short Doc Contest and an introduction to the winning Doc: 4 Kids.