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DOXA’s annual fundraiser features a rollicking quiz night hosted by the Vancouver Quizmasters. Get ready to put your pop culture trivia skills to the test against the city’s biggest (baddest) film nerds, while enjoying food, drinks, and more than a few laughs.

We are now accepting submissions for the 17th Annual DOXA Documentary Film Festival, that will take place from May 3-13, 2018.  This call for submissions is for recently completed documentary films (short to feature length). 

Join us for an encore screening of ADA FOR MAYOR at The Cinematheque (1131 Howe St.) on Thursday September 21, 2017, 7:00 p.m.

Join us for a free screening of Marie Clements' music documentary, THE ROAD FORWARD as part of Vancouver Civic Theatres' Sunset Cinema series.

Every dollar donated in the month of June automatically enters DOXA for a chance to win $10,000!

Congratulations to the winners of the DOXA 2017 Raffle! 

Thank you to everyone who made DOXA 2017 a success including our festival sponsors, community partners, volunteers, filmmakers and most importantly, you the audience! 

The 2017 DOXA awards were announced on May 13th, 2017, at 8PM (PST) ahead of the closing gala screening of Manifesto.

Short Documentary Award (award sponsor: BRAVOFACT)
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Additional Screenings Added!

We've added ADDITIONAL SCREENINGS for two of DOXA 2017's most popular films; For Dear Life and Limit is the Sky. 

DOROTHY WOODEND

Dorothy Woodend is DOXA's Director of Programming.

This was an exceptionally strong year for shorts, a veritable embarrassment of riches, as they say. There are so many: Jessica Kingdon's Commodity City, Manny Mahal's For My Mother, Julia Hechler's Les Cloÿs Cara Cusumano's The Bloop, and the list...