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Doc This! is a podcast where we get behind the creative process of Ryerson's Documentary Media graduate students. Each episode we feature one of our colleagues and talk with them about their current documentary work. From personal to political, you'll hear it all from the minds of the next generation's leading documentarians.

Latest Episodes

Souvenir Edition

In this season finale of Doc This!, rather than focusing on just one documentary maker, we feature the entire graduating class. Thanks to this week’s featured artists: Annum Shah, Ashleigh Larratt, Daniel Clarkson Fisher, Daniel Schrempf, Delphine Lewis, Dominic Akena, Emeraude Mbuku, Emma Arsenault, Greg Severin, John Verhaeven, Kenny McDonald, Klasha Fernandez, Lisa Kannakko, Lizeth Montoya, Nawal Salim, Pearson Ripley, Prerana Das, Sara Wylie, and Tara Korkmaz. The last two years wouldn’t have been nearly as wonderful without all of you. Fields producers: Sara Wylie, Daniel Clarkson Fisher, John Verhaeven, Pearson Ripley, and Kenny McDonald. Editor: John Verhaeven Host: Kenny McDonald Producers: John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald. Music: "5-4=Unity" by Pavement.

20 MINAUG 19
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Souvenir Edition

Daniel Clarkson Fisher

Chinese Jamaicans have a rich and deep history in Toronto, though it has rarely been recognized or documented. Our host, Daniel Clarkson Fisher, took a seat on the other side of our table to talk about his documentary work, The Chinese Jamaican Oral History Project, in which he meticulously and thoughtfully records and preserves stories from the Chinese Jamaican community in Toronto. Find his work at CJOHP.org. Doc This! episode five is hosted by Sara Wylie and Pearson Ripley, edited by John Verhaeven, and produced by John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald. With thanks to Ryerson Image Arts and the MFA Doc Media program. Music credit: "Que Sera Sera," performed by Doris Day, and written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.

17 MINJUN 20
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Daniel Clarkson Fisher

Sara Wylie

The first federal prison in Canada, P4W, The Prison for Women, shut its doors in 2000, but the memories of the place are still wide open for many of women who were previously incarcerated there. For episode four our host, Sara Wylie, took a seat on the other side of our table to talk about her beautiful film, The Garden Collective, which follows some of these women in their pursuit to establish a memorial garden for those who suffered and died during their time in P4W. Sara talks about memorialization, the prison’s brutal and controversial history, her approach to building meaningful relationships with participants, and much more. This episode is hosted by Danny Fisher and Pearson Ripley, edited by John Verhaeven, and produced by John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald.

16 MINJUN 5
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Sara Wylie

Émeraude Mbuku

Episode Three of Doc This! is featuring Émeraude Mbuku, who is is our guide into the unabashed history of punk rock, as told by its rejects. For your 60-Second Doc Review John Verhaeven takes on Emanuel Licha's 5-channel video documentary "War Tourist". Episode Three is hosted by Sara Wylie and Danny Fisher, edited by John Verhaeven and produced by John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald.

16 MIN2018 OCT 21
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Émeraude Mbuku

Annum Shah

Episode Two of Doc This! is featuring Annum Shah and her familial documentary, which touches on themes of landscape, identity, and displacement. For your 60-Second Doc Review Nawal Salim takes on the documentary series "TIME: The Kalief Browder Story" created by Jenner Furst, Julia Willoughby Nason, and Nick Sandow. Episode Two is hosted by Sara Wylie and Danny Fisher, edited by John Verhaeven, and produced by John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald.

16 MIN2018 AUG 30
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Annum Shah

Daniel Schrempf

Welcome to Episode One of Doc This! You’ll hear our feature interview with Daniel Shrempf as well as Pearson Ripley’s 60-second Documentary Review of Errol Morris' "Wormwood". Episode One is hosted by Sara Wylie and Danny Fisher and is produced and edited by Kenny McDonald and John Verhaeven.

16 MIN2018 MAY 1
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Daniel Schrempf
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Latest Episodes

Souvenir Edition

In this season finale of Doc This!, rather than focusing on just one documentary maker, we feature the entire graduating class. Thanks to this week’s featured artists: Annum Shah, Ashleigh Larratt, Daniel Clarkson Fisher, Daniel Schrempf, Delphine Lewis, Dominic Akena, Emeraude Mbuku, Emma Arsenault, Greg Severin, John Verhaeven, Kenny McDonald, Klasha Fernandez, Lisa Kannakko, Lizeth Montoya, Nawal Salim, Pearson Ripley, Prerana Das, Sara Wylie, and Tara Korkmaz. The last two years wouldn’t have been nearly as wonderful without all of you. Fields producers: Sara Wylie, Daniel Clarkson Fisher, John Verhaeven, Pearson Ripley, and Kenny McDonald. Editor: John Verhaeven Host: Kenny McDonald Producers: John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald. Music: "5-4=Unity" by Pavement.

20 MINAUG 19
Comments
Souvenir Edition

Daniel Clarkson Fisher

Chinese Jamaicans have a rich and deep history in Toronto, though it has rarely been recognized or documented. Our host, Daniel Clarkson Fisher, took a seat on the other side of our table to talk about his documentary work, The Chinese Jamaican Oral History Project, in which he meticulously and thoughtfully records and preserves stories from the Chinese Jamaican community in Toronto. Find his work at CJOHP.org. Doc This! episode five is hosted by Sara Wylie and Pearson Ripley, edited by John Verhaeven, and produced by John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald. With thanks to Ryerson Image Arts and the MFA Doc Media program. Music credit: "Que Sera Sera," performed by Doris Day, and written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.

17 MINJUN 20
Comments
Daniel Clarkson Fisher

Sara Wylie

The first federal prison in Canada, P4W, The Prison for Women, shut its doors in 2000, but the memories of the place are still wide open for many of women who were previously incarcerated there. For episode four our host, Sara Wylie, took a seat on the other side of our table to talk about her beautiful film, The Garden Collective, which follows some of these women in their pursuit to establish a memorial garden for those who suffered and died during their time in P4W. Sara talks about memorialization, the prison’s brutal and controversial history, her approach to building meaningful relationships with participants, and much more. This episode is hosted by Danny Fisher and Pearson Ripley, edited by John Verhaeven, and produced by John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald.

16 MINJUN 5
Comments
Sara Wylie

Émeraude Mbuku

Episode Three of Doc This! is featuring Émeraude Mbuku, who is is our guide into the unabashed history of punk rock, as told by its rejects. For your 60-Second Doc Review John Verhaeven takes on Emanuel Licha's 5-channel video documentary "War Tourist". Episode Three is hosted by Sara Wylie and Danny Fisher, edited by John Verhaeven and produced by John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald.

16 MIN2018 OCT 21
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Émeraude Mbuku

Annum Shah

Episode Two of Doc This! is featuring Annum Shah and her familial documentary, which touches on themes of landscape, identity, and displacement. For your 60-Second Doc Review Nawal Salim takes on the documentary series "TIME: The Kalief Browder Story" created by Jenner Furst, Julia Willoughby Nason, and Nick Sandow. Episode Two is hosted by Sara Wylie and Danny Fisher, edited by John Verhaeven, and produced by John Verhaeven and Kenny McDonald.

16 MIN2018 AUG 30
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Annum Shah

Daniel Schrempf

Welcome to Episode One of Doc This! You’ll hear our feature interview with Daniel Shrempf as well as Pearson Ripley’s 60-second Documentary Review of Errol Morris' "Wormwood". Episode One is hosted by Sara Wylie and Danny Fisher and is produced and edited by Kenny McDonald and John Verhaeven.

16 MIN2018 MAY 1
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Daniel Schrempf
the END
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