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Canadian documentaries online

Posted by Megan on February 19, 2010

Earlier this week, the CBC reported on a great online resource for Canadian documentaries: Hot Docs, a free library of films from the organizers of the Hot Docs film festival.

The roughly 300 films currently posted can be searched or browsed by title, director, or year. You can also peruse the most popular films in the collection by viewing playlists created by other users.

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One Response to “Canadian documentaries online”

  1. Megan said

    Simon Fodden over on Slaw posted a note about Hot Docs today as well. He recommends starting with “one of the short ones — The $4 Haircut — then if you like jazz, there’s Divine Brown at The Rex — and have a look at the charming Daddy Tran and his 3D photography hobby — or just go with the flow and see a list of the most popular films.”

    Read more: http://www.slaw.ca/2010/02/26/the-friday-fillip-186/#ixzz0gfUUEHkh

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