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Canadian documentaries showcased for free at online Hot Docs library

TORONTO – Fans of Canadian documentaries can now get their fill online.

The Hot Docs documentary film festival is making hundreds of titles available for viewing at www.hotdocslibrary.ca.

The library offers free access to films by some of the country’s leading directors, including Jennifer Baichwal, Allan King, Avi Lewis and John Haslett Cuff.

All works come from filmmakers who have screened projects at the Toronto-based festival.

The library includes full-length and short pieces, as well as educational packages, National Film Board of Canada titles, and interviews by Brian Linehan with Canadian film personalities.

Users can post comments, share playlists and search for specific films.

This year, Hot Docs runs from April 29 to May 9.

Source: The Canadian Press

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Headline, Industry News

Canadian documentaries showcased for free at online Hot Docs library

TORONTO – Fans of Canadian documentaries can now get their fill online.

The Hot Docs documentary film festival is making hundreds of titles available for viewing at www.hotdocslibrary.ca.

The library offers free access to films by some of the country’s leading directors, including Jennifer Baichwal, Allan King, Avi Lewis and John Haslett Cuff.

All works come from filmmakers who have screened projects at the Toronto-based festival.

The library includes full-length and short pieces, as well as educational packages, National Film Board of Canada titles, and interviews by Brian Linehan with Canadian film personalities.

Users can post comments, share playlists and search for specific films.

This year, Hot Docs runs from April 29 to May 9.

Source: The Canadian Press

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Headline, Industry News

Canadian documentaries showcased for free at online Hot Docs library

TORONTO – Fans of Canadian documentaries can now get their fill online.

The Hot Docs documentary film festival is making hundreds of titles available for viewing at www.hotdocslibrary.ca.

The library offers free access to films by some of the country’s leading directors, including Jennifer Baichwal, Allan King, Avi Lewis and John Haslett Cuff.

All works come from filmmakers who have screened projects at the Toronto-based festival.

The library includes full-length and short pieces, as well as educational packages, National Film Board of Canada titles, and interviews by Brian Linehan with Canadian film personalities.

Users can post comments, share playlists and search for specific films.

This year, Hot Docs runs from April 29 to May 9.

Source: The Canadian Press

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