Issue 120 – Winter 2023

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Issue 120 - Winter 2023

This special issue marks the 40th anniversary of the Documentary Organization of Canada (DOC) and celebrates four decades of advocacy for Canadian filmmakers.

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Cover photo: iStock

Inside this issue:

DOC Talk by Sarah Spring

Editorial by Marc Glassman

DOC Timeline 1983–2023 by Marc Glassman, Barri Cohen, Michale Raske, Pat Mullen, Alejandra De La Huerta

A Seat at the Table by Barri Cohen
Advocating for documentarians has always been DOC’s core purpose.


Sylvia D. Hamilton: A Pioneering Voice by Dina Lobo

Yung Chang: Outside Looking in by Rachel Ho

Jennifer Baichwal: Filmmaking with Emotion and Intellect by Susan G. Cole

Kat Jayme: Born to Film by Allegra Moyle

Aisha Jamal: She Loves Film by Madeline Lines

Iris Ng: Visualizing Stories by Rachel Ho


DOC Atlantic Today by Sandi Rankaduwa

DOC et Québec par Christine Falco, Élodie Pollet, Line Sander Egede

Ontario Feels the Pinch by Adam Benzine

Local Documentary Filmmaking in Manitoba by Kevin Nikkel

Resilience and Representation in Alberta by Nauzanin Knight

The Beautiful and the Dammed: Docs in the Far West by Liam Lacey


Group Pictures by Angelo Muredda
Four Canadian films at the avant-garde of nonfiction cinema

Radical Change by Jennie Punter
Impact producing has revolutionized the marketing and distribution of docs


Lisa Jackson by Courtney Small
Recontextualizing Indigenous Experiences

OYA Media Group by Susan G. Cole
Documenting Black lives

Where Industry Meets Advocacy by Pat Mullen
Hot Docs is DOC’s great success story

POV Interview: Ina Fichman by Jason Gorber
Reflections of a DOC veteran

Freeze Frame by Marc Glassman

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