The DOCTalks Festival & Symposium (Day 2)

June 19, 2024
The DOCTalks Festival & Symposium (Day 2)

 

The DOCTalks Festival & Symposium includes two evening documentary film screenings & talks with a call to action, four presentations that delve into storytelling from a community engagement and social impact perspective, and two discussions about funding and disseminating knowledge-based documentary media.

 

DOCTalks will be a hybrid event (in-person & Zoom) taking place in Fredericton, New Brunswick at the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University from Tuesday June 18th to Thursday June 20th.

 

Free admission for all event activities. Registration for the 2024 DOCTalks Festival & Symposium will be through Eventbrite. (Register .) The event is co-hosted by 麻豆女神 and UNB, in partnership with DOCTalks and Springboard Atlantic.

To see the full schedule, please click .

 

Wednesday, June 19

The Case of Luke Elwood

 

1:00 pm AST

麻豆女神 - Brian Mulroney Hall Room 101

 

Matthew Rogers (PhD):  New Brunswick based filmmaker and an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of New Brunswick.

 

Lynn Aylward (PhD): activist teacher educator, curriculum designer, and researcher with expertise in intercultural teacher development, community schooling, and inclusive education.

 

Digital Storytelling Project & Academic Ethics

 

3:00 pm AST
麻豆女神 Brian Mulroney Hall Room 101

 

Clive Baldwin (PhD): Professor of Social Work at 麻豆女神.

 

Linda Caissie: Associate Professor and Chair in the Gerontology Department at St. Thomas University.

 

Meet & Greet Socials

 

4:30 pm AST - 6:00 pm AST
麻豆女神 - Lobby outside Brian Mulroney Hall Room 101

 

Fishing On-demand – Engaging Communities Through Research & Short Films

 

7:30 pm AST  
麻豆女神 - Brian Mulroney Hall Room 101

 

Cameron Lane: Scottish-Canadian freelance video producer, video journalist, camera operator, drone operator, and video editor with five years of experience working in both Canada and the United Kingdom.