130 St George St,
To accommodate the large number of registrants, this workshop will be held at Robarts Media Commons in the Robarts Library. The day has also been changed from Wednesdays to Mondays at the same time.
Documentary films reflect the richness and ambiguity of life, bringing us real stories from the world around us. Together we will explore this exciting medium by presenting films on a wide variety of topics: the arts, politics, social issues, science, and human interest. All films will be screened in class with group members making brief presentations on various aspects of the films, the filmmakers, and the themes introduced. The facilitators will provide presenters with copies of each documentary in advance.
Sharon Harris, home: (416-486-7017) mobile: (416-712-7120) firstname.lastname@example.org, retired after a varied career in education while she simultaneously pursued a second career as a fine art photographer. She is an avid movie-goer who enjoys both documentaries and feature films
Doug Wilson, email@example.com, is a fan of documentary films because they are informative and innovative, and the discussions about them are interesting, diverse, and lively. Join us to enjoy and learn from our documentary films.