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AUBG Faculty Bibliography: Winton, Ezra

Ezra Winton

Assistant Professor (JMC)

Office: BAC 320

Phone: +359 73 494

Bibliography

Books

Vallejo, A., & Winton, E. (Eds.). (2020). Documentary film festivals, volume 2: Changes, challenges, professional perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan.

Vallejo, A., & Winton, E. (Eds.). (2020). Documentary film festivals, volume 1: Methods, history, politics. Palgrave Macmillan.

Turnin, S., & Winton, E. (Eds.). (2014). Screening truth to power: A reader on documentary activism. Cinema Politica.

­­Waugh, T., Baker, M. B., & Winton, E. (Eds.). (2010). Challenge for change: Activist documentary at the national film board of Canada. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Book Chapters

Winton, E. (2021). Reclaiming popular documentary: Fast festivals and the private interest documentary. In C. Milliken & S. F. Anderson (Eds.), Reclaiming popular documentary. Indiana University Press.

Winton, E. (2020). Framing frames of counterpower: The cultural politics of programming. In S. Presence, M. Wayne & J. Newsinger (Eds.), Contemporary radical film culture networks, organisations and activists. Routledge.

Winton, E. (2020). The Program(ming) is political: Documentary, festivals and the politics of programming. In S. Charbonneau & C. Robe (Eds.), InsUrgent media from the front: A global media activism reader. Indiana University Press.

Winton, E. (2020). Letting it seep in: Ojibwe filmmaking Duo Adam and Zack Khalil discuss political filmmaking as Covert Ops. In S. Charbonneau & C. Robe (Eds.), InsUrgent media from the front: A global media activism reader. Indiana University Press.

Winton, E. (2020). Hot zones: The cultural politics of documentary through a film festival lens. In A. Vallejo & E. Winton (Eds.), Documentary film festivals: History, politics, challenges. Palgrave Macmillan.

Winton, E. (2019). Documentary media: Towards a definition. In D. L. Merskin (Ed.), The Sage international encyclopedia of mass media and society. Sage Publications.

Winton, E., & Turnin, S. (2017). The revolution will not be festivalized: Documentary film festivals and activism. In S. Tascón & T. Wils (Eds.), Activist film festivals: Towards a political subject. Intellect.

Waugh, T., & Winton, E. (2013). Challenges for change: Canada’s national film board. In B. Winston (Ed.), The documentary film book. BFI-Palgrave Macmillan.

Wagman, I., & Winton, E. (2012). Canadian cultural policy in the age of media abundance: Old challenges, new technologies.” In L. R. Shade (Ed.), Mediascapes: New patterns in Canadian communications, 4th edition. Nelson Education.

Winton, E., & Garrison, J. (2010). If a revolution is screened and no one is there to see it, does it make a sound? Grassroots distribution from challenge for change to cinema politica. In T. Waugh, E. Winton & M. B. Baker (Eds.), Challenge for change: Activist documentary at the national film board of Canada. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Wagman, I., & Winton, E. (2009). Canadian cultural policy in the age of media abundance: Old challenges, new technologies.” In L. R. Shade (Ed.), Mediascapes: New patterns in Canadian communications, 3rd edition. Nelson Education.

Magazine Articles

Winton, E. (2022). Doc streams in oceans of content. POV Magazine, (117). https://povmagazine.com/doc-streams-in-oceans-of-content/

Winton, E. (2021). Tiger kings and wretched things: Algorithm docs in the platform junkyard. POV Magazine, (114). https://povmagazine.com/tiger-kings-and-wretched-things/

Winton, E. (2019). Seven must-see indigenous-made films of 2019. The Nation, 27(4). http://nationnews.ca/arts/seven-must-see-indigenous-made-films-of-2019/

Winton, E. (2017). Unsettling the nation: A short history of documentary dissent in Canada. POV Magazine, (104). https://povmagazine.com/usettling-nation-documentary-dissent/

Winton, E. (2017). A structured inequity: Further reflections following Hot Docs 2017 on indigenous representation in Canada’s documentary industry. POV Magazine (103). https://povmagazine.com/a-structured-inequity/

Winton, E. (2017). Review: Bee nation. POV Magazine, (101). https://povmagazine.com/review-bee-nation/

Winton, E. (2017). The slow burn: Committed Canadian documentaries at hot docs 2017. POV Magazine (102). https://povmagazine.com/the-slow-burn-committed-canadian-documentaries-at-hot-docs-2017/

Winton, E. (2013). Upping the anti: Documentary, capitalism and liberal consensus in an age of austerity. POV Magazine, (92). https://povmagazine.com/upping-the-anti/

Winton, E. (2011). New Nordic documentary cinema: Identity and belonging made visible. POV Magazine, (82). https://povmagazine.com/new-nordic-documentary-cinema/

Winton, E. (2011). A film festival grows up: Hot docs and the networked festival community. POV Magazine, (81). https://povmagazine.com/a-film-festival-grows-up/

Winton, E. (2010). Multiculturalism, radical outcasts and superheroes. POV Magazine, (80). https://povmagazine.com/multiculturalism-radical-outcasts-and-superheroes/

Winton, E. (2010). Beyond the textbook: Documentaries as a tool for teaching. POV Magazine, (77). https://povmagazine.com/beyond-the-textbook/

Winton, E. (2007). A documentary decade. POV Magazine, (68). https://povmagazine.com/a-documentary-decade/

Winton, E. (2006). CinemaNet Europe: A digital doc armada. POV Magazine, (64). https://povmagazine.com/cinemanet-europe/