DOX Summer is out!
DOX Summer 2013 is now available. It comes with a new look and a new editor. The summer issue has a focus on documentaries’ ability to rework and rescue fragments of history and on the possibilities of interactive documentary. As always, DOX comes with a DVD.
DOX Summer marks the first edition done by the new DOX Editor Vibeke Bryld and she brought a new layout and look to the magazine. Vibeke Bryld says: “DOX Magazine will continue as a solid magazine for the European documentary community with strong ties to the industry. But in our revised edition of DOX there will be a higher priority on articles from experts in their field and interviews with masters of their craft.”
In this first edition by Vibeke Bryld two new series are introduced in DOX. One on sound design and one on interactive documentary. These series will continue in the next couple of DOX issues.
Among many other things this Summer 2013 edition also comes with a focus on Patricio Guzmán, a closer look at the new transmedia project The Wagner Files, an excerpt from Killer Images edited by Joram Ten Brink and Joshua Oppenheimer. Hussain Currimbhoy, programmer from Sheffield Doc/Fest presents his favourite documentaries from the past year and editor of POV, Marc Glassman, gives a historical overview of the founding years of Hot Docs.
As always, DOX Magazine comes with a documentary film on DVD. For this issue it is the remarkable El Olvido by acclaimed director Heddy Honigmann.
DOX Magazine is the leading European magazine focusing on documentary film. DOX gives you insight into the latest developments at the international documentary scene and includes, features on new developments in the genre, interviews with leading documentary professionals, reports and updates from important events and personal essays & POV articles.
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