They spent more hours than they imagined possible – chasing down ideas, talking to sources, shooting interviews and visuals, living in the edit suites – to craft short, compelling documentaries.
Their hard work has paid off.
CBC Ottawa has chosen to broadcast mini-docs produced last year by four groups of Journalism students.
September 2 on Ottawa Docs 2017
Gift of Spirit – by Alexandra Mazur and Halima Olajumoke Sogbesan
More Than a Refugee – by Lewis Gordon and Austin Stanton
September 9, 2017 on Reel Shorts
Land Artist – by Danaka Wheeler, Marc-André Cossette, Lyndsay Armstrong, Brea Elford
The Printmaker – by Peter Rukavina, Erica Giancola, Talia Di Domenico
Visit CBC Absolutely Ottawa for more details.
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