There have been rumours about a John Porter photo book for nearly as long as he has been making pictures. Kudos to editor/producer Clint Enns for making this project happen.
In his wittily titled The Tower of Babble, the CBC's Richard Stursberg has written a breezy, insightful and unabashedly self-serving business-bookcum-memoir of his tempestuous tenure.
Shoot It!: Hollywood Inc. and the Rising of Independent Film by film journalist David Spaner, ambitiously explores international indie movements from the 1940s onward.
The Queer Film Classic series is the brainchild of Montreal-based editors Matthew Hays and Thomas Waugh covering films like Zero Patience and Fire.
The debate that documentaries engender by helping us to understand media manipulation is legitimate. The question remains, who owns the truth?
Did Barney Rosset the founder of Grove Press, which published Candy, Henry Miller, The Story of O, William Burroughs and Victorian erotica, make obscene books? Or masterpieces?
If you want to make a difference but don’t know where to start, then Video for Change: A Guide for Advocacy and Activism is the book for you.
This is yet another coffee table book foray into the minds of some key documentary-makers like D.A. Pennebaker, Albert Maysles and Ken Burns, and several more not represented by separate chapters, such
Need an inspirational shot in the arm? Ever wonder how to bend technology to your will? Or how to explore complex questions of identity, politics, death? Then spend some time with a