Win the Filmmaker-in-Residence DVD collection

0 Posted by - January 19, 2010 - Blog, Screen

The NFB recently released a DVD set from their award-winning Filmmaker-in-Residence project, which highlights digital storytelling as a tool for social action in a Toronto inner-city hospital.

The video above will give you an idea of what you’ll see in the collection, which includes two DVDs and a CD-ROM packed with content.

This short film charts the Filmmaker-in-Residence project’s five-year history, investigating the creative process from within as media makers join health care workers to reflect on ethics, interventionist filmmaking and shifting cinematic genres. Intricate, difficult and delicate situations come alive in this 80-minute documentary, featuring seven distinct yet interconnected experiments in collaborative media.

Win Filmmaker-in-Residence: The Complete Collection — We have a copy of this set to give away to one of our readers. For your chance to win, leave a comment with your ideas on how digital storytelling can play a role in social change. We’ll pick a winner on Friday.

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