Posts Tagged ‘documentary’

 

5 Interesting Reads

 •  July 15

Here are some links to photo-related articles around the web covering the Women in Motion award, Sebastião Salgado, Cristina Mittermeier, science...

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Rojekê, One Day

 •  January 4

Presented at Espace Mile End in Montreal through February 25, Rojekê, One Day is a photo exhibition by photographer and filmmaker Zaynê Akyol about...

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Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs #5

 •  September 26

Are you looking for some photography-themed books for your fall reading? Here are some options that include documentary, photojournalism,...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  December 1

High-school students are discovering the joy of film photography and developing images in a darkroom. Canadian documentary photographer Sara...

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The Enemy: When Photojournalism Meets Virtual Reality

 •  October 4

Photojournalist Karim Ben Khelifa and his team have created an augmented-reality app as an immersive documentary experience created from his images...

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Pictures of Art

 •  August 16

AXENÉO7 in Ottawa is presenting Justin Wonnacott's Perte de vue/Endless Landscape through August 30. The exhibition will feature eighty images that...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  February 10

"Female photographers matter now more than ever." And here's another on women in photojournalism. You can get your film developed at P.E.I....

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Montreal International Documentary Festival Highlights Photographers

 •  November 10

From November 12 to 22, the 18th annual Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) will feature two retrospectives focusing on prominent...

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From Darkness to Light: Film Screening and Book Signing in Toronto

 •  October 26

On November 21, Stephen Bulger Gallery is hosting a film screening, talk and book signing for Harvey Wang's From Darkroom to Daylight, featuring...

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PhotoSensitive Celebrates 25 Years!

 •  August 26

PhotoSensitive is now marking 25 years of social photography with the documentary Field of Vision, which tells the story of the organization and...

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