Raves & Reviews
DOXA has proven to be one of the most rewarding experiences that we’ve had with Lesson Plan. The festival’s invitation of Dr. Wanda Cassidy from Simon Fraser University to handle the Q&A discussion further enhanced the audience’s experience. The support staff is both professional and passionate, and the festival was instrumental in getting the word out about our film so that we had a full theatre of enthusiastic moviegoers, which resulted in the honor of an encore screening.
–Philip Neel, co-director, Lesson Plan
It was a real honor for Louder Than a Bomb to be chosen as the Opening Night film for DOXA 2011, and the experience was made even more special by the huge crowd and wonderful Q&A and party afterwards. Our only complaint about the festival was that we weren't able to stay longer!
–Greg Jacobs, filmmaker, Louder Than a Bomb
Thank you for the incredibly generous and gracious welcome. I cannot give DOXA high enough compliments for the organization and professionalism of all. I have had a very brief but rich visit to Vancouver thanks to all of you and have been invigorated by all of passionate and intelligent films I have seen.
– Cathryn Collins, filmmaker, Vlast (Power)
As usual, it is these smaller and more human film festivals that leave the strongest feelings of having had the privilege to take part in a gathering that is really about the films we love to make, watch, learn from and share with filmmakers and audiences from all over the world.
–Bruno Lázaro Pacheco, filmmaker, There Are No Outdoor Ice Rinks in Madrid and Swingspan
I was part of a panel discussion this year at the DOXA festival, called “Narrating Change”, about social change, the law and making films. For me, one of the greatest pleasures of filmmaking comes at the end: when you can talk about your work with smart audiences and colleagues. This discussion was particularly gratifying, since it focused on law and change, and my film Prosecutor is about law and huge challenges to the concept of the nation state. It was great for me personally to meet people engaged with social change and the law in BC. Also, the audience who came to see our film seemed to learn quite a bit about international law, but some also came with quite a bit of knowledge. The questions were thoughtful and very concerned with the possible conflict of justice and peace. All in all, it was a very good and worthwhile time.
–Barry Stevens, filmmaker, Prosecutor
You can tell DOXA takes care in hand picking the films they present. As a filmmaker it was exciting to discover so many new films - not just the festival circuit ‘usual suspects’. I was proud to shareNeurotypical in such wonderful company! It also doesn't hurt that DOXA's home is in beautiful Vancouver!
–Adam Larsen, filmmaker, Neurotypical
I had a wonderful time showing my film Sound it Out at DOXA for my Canadian premiere. A sold out screening in a beautiful cinema, intelligent questions, well organised press and coordination and a great atmosphere. I can't wait to bring my next film to DOXA.
–Jeanie Finlay, filmmaker, Sound it Out
DOXA is a festival that values, nurtures, and showcases filmmakers in a way that most other festivals never achieve. They work hard to promote the films they select because they believe in every film they put out into the world. They have a personal touch that makes you feel like you are part of a real community.
–Dan Pierce, filmmaker, The Hollow Tree
DOXA is a non-fiction filmmaker's dream come true. As a documentary filmmaker and a film aficionado, I had a most memorable time at the 2011 DOXA Film Fest. The films were cutting edge, socially relevant, informative and entertaining. The festival staff and volunteers were amazing. They put the 'H' in hospitality.
–Aishah Shahidah Simmons, producer/director, NO! The Rape Documentary
It was such a wonderful positive experience to show my film and be part of DOXA. I felt that it is a festival that cares. And by the large turn out for all the films one can see the growing need and genuine interest in documentaries.
–Fumiko Kiyooka, filmmaker, Reed: The Life and Works of Roy Kiyooka
DOXA is a great experience one can really enjoy because it is a festival with a human face to it. It is just the right size so one can actually really meet and talk to the devoted, professional and friendly organizers, while it offers a wide range of fascinating movies screened in cinemas full of viewers passionate about film. Wonderful people, brilliant films, amazing atmosphere and all that in the fabulous setting of Vancouver framed by snow-capped mountains – who could ask for more?
–Lukas Pribyl, filmmaker, Forgotten Transports film series
DOXA Film Festival was a fantastic experience all around. Dorothy, Joe and the entire DOXA team were unbelievably accommodating, helpful and just great people to work with. They even pitched in to help get both myself and Highway’s director, Jaret Belliveau, out to Vancouver for our screening at the Rio Theatre. The best theatre in Vancouver if you ask me. The evening went off without a hitch, perfect sound with great looking projection and the crowd loved it! And don't even get me started on the closing night party....that was just flat out FUN!
–Craig Jackson, producer, Highway Gospel
Documentary films provide a rare opportunity to see beyond our immediate world, to give voice to relevant issues, and let us witness our history. This festival’s insightful and diverse programming, in combination with the dedication and passion of all the staff members and volunteers, makes DOXA the most stimulating cultural event in Vancouver.
–Michelle Schwartz and Martin Riess, DOXA donors
I very much enjoyed attending two of the DOXA shows: Neurotypical and My Perestroika. I love documentaries, and was so pleased that you brought the festival to the attention of our District and students. Keep up the good work!
–Mary-Ann Booth, Chair, SD45, West Vancouver Board of Education
The Connexions program was the highlight of my year thus far. I'm still blown away by how much I learned in such little time. In two weeks I shot, edited and directed a short film that screened at one of Canada's finest film festivals. In addition, I was able to meet a variety of very inspiring and experienced film industry professionals. Thanks to Connexions, I am better equipped to purse my own feature documentary with a full heart and stronger sense of conviction.
–Selina Crammond, 2011 Kris Anderson Connexions Youth Forum participant
When I walked out of Freedom Riders, an activist parent from an environmental organization asked me how can we gather that kind of non-violent courage around the issue of climate change? I said that we already have that kind of knowledge and leadership here, not only in ourselves but also with our children. Thanks for stepping up and doing your part by showing this film. Keep shining the light.
–Pia Massie, DOXA audience member
We're so proud to be associated with DOXA - for the past couple of years the forward-thinking team at DOXA has carshared with Modo to meet their transportation needs. For the 2011 festival, DOXA helped us with a fitting film selection - Detroit Wild City - that moved audiences to question how sustainable transportation can determine the fate of a community. We look forward to our continued partnership and wish DOXA even greater success!
–Tanya Paz, Business Development Director, Modo The Car Co-op
Sponsoring DOXA's Justice Forum was a natural fit for our Mentoring Connections program at Immigrant Services Society of BC. As a result of the diverse and internationally-minded audience present at the Justice Forum, our program was able to reach out to like-minded individuals who were not yet aware of our services, but have since shown a genuine interest. We are very proud to have taken part in the festival.
–Catherine Rana, Marketing and Outreach Consultant, ISSofBC
Documentaries have the power to connect people and motivate change. Like Knowledge Network, DOXA connects local audiences to documentaries and filmmakers from around the world. With a dedicated staff, volunteers and a passion for storytelling, the festival continues to be an insightful and inspiring experience.
–Glenna Pollon, Director of Communications, Knowledge Network
The Connexions youth this year rocked - again! Our NFB studio here in Vancouver sure enjoyed getting to know these emerging female directors, and watching their talents unfurl over the course of the intensive filmmaking workshops. Their enthusiasm was infectious, for both DOXA and NFB, but also for the pure love of cinema.
–Tracey Friesen, Executive Producer, National Film Board of Canada, Pacific & Yukon Centre
Working with DOXA to help them create their 2011 festival trailers was a great experience. They are such a creative and open organization and not afraid to try something new! The DOXA team knows the festival and their audience so well that it made it easy for us to design the videos and their programming staff developed some fantastic writing which made the trailers that much better. We are really looking forward to working with them again next year!
–Leah Nelson, Partner, Creative/Production, Giant Ant
I believe our world is a better place for all when understanding and tolerance are encouraged and supported. What is often considered the norm is a narrow perspective on life, lacking exposure to the many other realities which exist in our world. DOXA brings the breadth of that world to us in one festival. And they go beyond this, creating opportunities for and providing support to those who need it most – young people with an eye to the future and an idea of what they can bring to it. My world feels better already. DOXA makes it very satisfying to put my money where my mouth is.
–Jennifer Brooks, DOXA donor
CUPE BC is proud to have supported DOXA for several years. The films in this festival are all about the real world. They bear witness to its beauty and pain, and they inspire us by showing how ordinary people can do extraordinary things to help make the world a better place.
–Mark Hancock, secretary-treasurer, CUPE BC
Our relationship with DOXA has been successful because it meets all of the goals we set in assessing a sponsorship opportunity. It puts our name and our products in front of the right crowd, it’s with an organization that’s doing something important that we believe in, and the people are great to work with, which makes it easy to say yes each year.
–Scott Fraser, Vice-President Estate Wines, Peller Estates
I have worked with DOXA as a sponsor for two years. They are one of the most professional groups I have had the pleasure to support. In 2010, DOXA contributed to the Terra Madre fund of Slow Food Vancouver and FarmFolkCityFolk through a fundraiser at the Opening Night film, Terra Madre, and the reception. This event provided great exposure for our international work in addition to showcasing our local farmers/producers and chefs. I thoroughly enjoy working with the DOXA team.
–Joanne MacKinnon, Slow Food Vancouver
DOXA has become an institution. Their attention to all the details big and small have set a standard by which all other festivals should strive to meet. Their product and the movies they select are passionate, inspiring and educational. Lauren and the rest of the DOXA team deliver year in year out which is why we support them. Keep up the great work and see you at the movies!
–David Malboeuf, Manager, Mac Station (DOXA Corporate Sponsor since 2006)
DOXA’s smart, thought-provoking programming on social justice issues is an important way for us to connect with progressive audiences in Vancouver.
–Shannon Daub, Communications Director, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – BC Office
There can be no greater joy as a social doc filmmaker than finding people who recognise and practically support your vision. DOXA gave me and BAS! such a great welcome to Vancouver and its wonderful audiences. It made my monumental four-year journey with the film feel just like a holiday.
–Wendy Champagne, Director, BAS! Beyond the Red Light
DOXA has such a great vibe -- my screenings were full, the discussions were stimulating, and I saw amazing films. I'd go back in a heartbeat!
–Tally Abecassis, Director, Small Wonders
Sometimes the busyness of work, life and special projects like our film makes it easy to lose sight of the importance of all this work. Thank you to DOXA for the opportunity to show local films and spotlight the meaningful work that filmmakers as storytellers do!
–Diana Leung, Director, Cedar and Bamboo
DOXA was one of my favourite festivals. The staff and volunteers were so attentive to our needs and made us feel at home. The venue for my film, Vancity Theatre, was the best screen I've premiered at to date.
–Dennis Allen, Director, CBQM
I enjoyed everything "DOXA". I loved the parties, the films, and the wonderful people involved.
–Brishkay Ahmed, Director, Reclaiming Rights
DOXA is a very special event. A strong cross-section of compelling documentaries that reach hearts and minds, wonderful community outreach and engaged audiences. The lively Q&A discussion after the screening of our film spoke worlds of the passion the festival and folks in Vancouver have for issues and documentary filmmaking. I was delighted to participate in the first "Justice Forum" and to share the audience's thoughts and response with our film's participants. Equally empowering for the experimental eskimos was news of the repeat screening of the documentary and their story. Thank you DOXA festival, fabulous volunteers, sponsors and amazing Vancouver audiences.
–Barry Greenwald, Director, The Experimental Eskimos
DOXA Youth Connexions was an honour to be a part of. The mentorship not only provided me with an opportunity to sharpen my shooting and editing skills, but allowed for me to gain further insight into the world of documentary film-making. Thank you!
–Kerry Blackadar, Connexions Youth Forum participant
The DOXA Connexions program exceeded all my expectations. The warmth, generosity and support shown by our mentors, the NFB and the DOXA team really made us young filmmakers feel important, which is rare. I feel so charged to continue telling stories that will help make change in this world. Thank you for believing in us.
–Su-An Ng, Connexions Youth Forum participant
It has been Precision Media's pleasure to be a major part of the growing DOXA family since 2003. As providers of equipment, service and media, DOXA gives us an opportunity to make connections to the independent filmmaker community as a source to bring their messages to life.
–Ken Muir, General Manager, Precision Media (DOXA Major Partner)
As a new sponsor with the festival, the DVBIA is absolutely impressed with the quality of content and organization DOXA has to offer. It is our goal to encourage people to come downtown to experience all of the elements our city has to offer. DOXA provided a unique event for moviegoers through its diversity, significance, and sheer entertaining collection of films. The DVBIA certainly found the festival a valuable investment toward achieving our sponsorship goals.
–The Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association (DOXA Screening Partner)
It was a great pleasure to have the DOXA team stay at Moda this year for their documentary film festival. We are proud supporters of this fascinating art form and were honoured to be the host hotel. We look forward to seeing you again next year.
–The Moda Hotel team
CCEC Credit Union has been a proud supporter of DOXA since 1999. We admire and value DOXA’s commitment to films that advance our understanding of equity, social justice and community issues. The DOXA board and staff are to be commended for consistently organizing a top-notch festival that contributes to the growth and sustainability of documentary filmmaking. New programs developed for women and youth enhance DOXA’s efforts to be inclusive of those who are underserved in our community. We look forward to a continued relationship!
–Jill Kelly, General Manager, CCEC Credit Union (DOXA Screening Partner)
The festival is remarkable for the way in which it has reached out to its audience and the audience, in turn, has shown up in droves. In a city famous for its rain, the days there were all warm and sunny and yet the theatres were full to capacity and beyond. What a great testament to your efforts. I would be honoured to submit films in the future and to alert our filmmaking community out East that in Vancouver there is a world-class festival that we can all be proud of.
–Larry Weinstein, director, Inside Hana's Suitcase (winner of DOXA Feature Documentary Award and NFB Colin Low Award for most innovative Canadian documentary)
The DOXA festival was a once in a lifetime positive experience for me. To have my film, Here Are The News, shown in such a well organized and positive environment was a gift.
–Cathleen Smith, filmmaker (Here Are The News)
DOXA was a fantastic venue for our premiere; the staff was extremely helpful, the audiences were very responsive, and we met so many extraordinary filmmakers and other film people. DOXA is such an important event for the critical examination of ideas, as well as for the celebration of visual storytelling. All in all, it's an indispensable shot of energy for filmmakers and movie viewers alike.
–Warren Cariou, filmmaker (Land of Oil and Water)
DOXA shows incredible respect for films, artists and audiences. The discussions were amazing. It's an exceptional festival.
–Richard Fung, artist and filmmaker (Jehad In Motion)
Connexions was great! Awesome for emerging filmmakers like ourselves! We had a chance to show our films on Closing Night! We got to meet so many great filmmakers and really were embraced well by the community. Thank you!
–Mangla Bansal, 2009 Connexions Youth Forum Participant
DOXA is an absolute gem of a film festival. Intimate yet significant; passionate about ideas yet always accessible. It was a privilege to have my film screened before such an engaged and interested audience.
–Patrick Reed, filmmaker (Triage: Dr. James Orbinski's Humanitarian Dilemma)
DOXA is a vital festival because it celebrates documentary as an art form, as a worthwhile end in itself. It provides a rare chance for those who practice the form to come together, and a rare chance for those who appreciate the form to see great work.
–Jennifer Baichwal, filmmaker (Manufactured Landscapes) and presenter of the DOXA 2008 seminar Perpetual Liminality
Compared to the many other festivals that I've attended, DOXA is a contender for top spot. DOXA is a great mix of well-chosen films, warm hospitality and flawless presentation. I'll be back.
–Stan Fox, filmmaker (In the Daytime)
Participating in DOXA as an independant filmmaker was an uplifting experience, and being able to meet other international filmmakers was invaluable in helping us see the potential of our film.
–Gwendal Castellan, filmmaker (Long Road North)
Attending DOXA was a mind-opening experience that reminded me how vast and yet how small the world can be. It was an honour to have my work shown along side some outstanding films.
–Donna Szoke, filmmaker (Cascadia and Buried Treasure)
My experience at DOXA met all of my expectations. The superb venue was matched by the quality and diversity of the programming I expected from Western Canada's preeminent documentary film festival.
–John Woods, filmmaker (Buffalo Farm)
I had a excellent time at DOXA. Everybody was so friendly and helpful. They all made me feel so welcome and that I belonged. If anything like this were to come up again I'd jump on board right away.
–Manuela Salinas (2008 Connexions Participant)
First of all, I love documentaries. Supporting DOXA has enabled me to be a part of something that I feel very passionate about. Partnering with the festival as the premiere Hospitality Partner has brought about one of the greatest cross-promotion ventures that our restaurants have ever partaken in, and has resulted in huge exposure and an increase in the volume of restaurant traffic. Of all the community events we have participated in over the years, DOXA has been the very best.
–Benny Deis, owner, Subeez and WaaZuBee cafe and bars (DOXA Premiere Hospitality Partner)
DOXA's range of topical issues is an effective counterpoint to the mind-numbing effects of our modern existence. It does what the Georgia Straight aspires to do – it stirs, motivates, and taps viewers into the real pulse of the world.
–Craig Takeuchi, Movies Editor, Georgia Straight (DOXA Media Partner)
I have been an avid DOXA supporter and sponsor since 2002, and since that time I've watched my business and the festival grow together. Working with DOXA to produce their striking promotional materials has provided me with the opportunity to be involved in high-quality, creative work while gaining access to a larger client base. DOXA is a dynamic counter-culture festival in a city that could use more events of this nature. This festival is playing a vital role in helping to plant seeds for the future.
–Sean Stone, owner, Printmaxx (DOXA Print Partner)
DOXA Documentary Film festival was a great opportunity for us to connect with filmmakers based in Vancouver and beyond. The team at DOXA took excellent care of us throughout the week. We were so pleased with the amount of exposure we got and the connections we made before, during, and after the festival, and look forward to coming back in 2009!
–Tania Khadder, Outreach Executive, Current TV (DOXA Media Partner)
We sponsor DOXA to demonstrate our support of and appreciation for our documentary clients, and to show support for the genre and of the documentary community in general, which is very important to us as a service provider. DOXA really makes the effort to include and highlight its sponsors, and we are proud to be associated with such a world-class festival and such excellent programming.
–Kelly A.D. Maxwell, Director, Line 21 Media Services Ltd. (DOXA Audition Partner)
Working with DOXA as a sponsor gives us an opportunity to connect with festival goers who support independent media, and allows us to introduce The Tyee to like-minded new readers. It's a valuable partnership and a good opportunity for us to engage with and broaden our audience.
–Lisa Manfield, Marketing Manager, The Tyee (DOXA Screening Partner)
Inhance Investment Management was proud to support the DOXA Film Festival for the first time in 2008. All of the inspiring, refreshing and entertaining stories told throughout the various films were a fantastic way to highlight what often escapes the human radar. From inspirational, humanitarian, political and world changing documentaries, each film told a remarkable story that will have an impact on people’s lives.
–Israel Garcilazo, Marketing & Communications Coordinator, Inhance Investment Management (DOXA Screening Partner)
DOXA’s sponsorship package not only gives our union an opportunity to support progressive documentary filmmaking, but it also provides us with a way to reach an important audience, your tickets holders, with our public health care message.
–Mike Old, Communications Director, Hospital Employees’ Union (DOXA Audition Partner)
If you want to find the spirit of independent documentary alive and thriving, then DOXA is the best Canadian festival to attend. In the majestic beauty of Vancouver, you will find a festival where the craft of documentary has a chance to show itself beyond the constraints of the business of making documentaries. You will find those gems that everyone else missed!
–Timothy Richards, producer of No More Hiroshima, No More Nagasaki (Canada)
DOXA is a festival dedicated to the art and joy of documentary filmmaking, where filmmakers and audience together are front and centre.
–Maya Gallus and Justine Pimlott, director and producer of Girl Inside (Canada)
DOXA is a very special Festival. Each film feels lovingly selected and the audience flocks to the neighbouring venues in droves. The screening of my documentary Unbuckling my Bible Belt at DOXA was truly memorable for me; a full theatre, a great public, a lively Q&A. The DOXA staff and volunteers are the friendliest I've ever met at a festival, always helpful and truly delighted by your presence and your film. This festival is a real upper for filmmakers!
–Patricia Tassanari, director of Unbuckling My Bible Belt (Canada)
As the subject of Jeff and Sue Turner's film, The Edge of Eden, which was the opening feature of the 2007 DOXA festival, I can't say enough about how this event was run. We were given royal treatment and I personally give huge thanks to DOXA for understanding and appreciating the film and the work I have done in Russia.
–Charlie Russell, subject of The Edge of Eden: Living with Grizzlies (Canada)
It was exciting to be part of such an great lineup of films – a broad range of films, not only from across the globe, but spanning many themes, ideas and moods, challenging the idea of "documentary". It was also wonderful to meet so many visiting filmmakers. The festival was at once both cosmopolitan and intimate. I hope that I can make more films worthy of inclusion in DOXA.
–Dan Sokolowski, director of Land of the Pines (Canada)
There were magic moments for me at the 2007 DOXA Documentary Film Festival in Vancouver. I remember watching a wonderful film, Os Tres de Portugal, about three musicians struggling to keep the tradition of fado music from Portugal alive in Canada. The film finished, the lights went up and suddenly Jose Amaral, Manuel Redondo and singer Suzana Rodrigues stepped out of the screen and were performing their beautiful songs in person just feet away from me. Truly magic.
–Malcolm Guy, director of Bledi, this is our home (Canada)
The festival was filled with dynamism! I want to congratulate DOXA for the way you presented the films. The different themes were really interesting and within each theme all the films were presented in a good context, not only for their content but also for their form. I was really impressed by the active participation of the audience – so many good questions and comments. I was very proud to take part in the DOXA Festival this year and to present A Sunday in Pripyat to the Vancouver audience. It was an enriching experience for me.
–Blandine Huk, director of A Sunday in Pripyat (France)
As a filmmaker, I am just a new born baby. DOXA gave the baby a lot of encouragement, praise and hope. I was very honoured to be recognized by so many people. DOXA helped me to feel so deeply in my heart about making this kind of film. I had the greatest start as a filmmaker and because of DOXA, I gained a lot of energy to keep on going. I want to say "millions of thanks" to DOXA on behalf of Hibakusha and everybody who supported me. DOXA is a magnificent film festival and I hope many filmmakers will experience this wonderful feeling.
–Yuki Nakamura, director of No More Hiroshima, No More Nagasaki (Canada)
Thanks to DOXA, I was able to screen my film Candemonium to a hometown audience and subsequent to my screening in DOXA, my film was invited to participate in other film festivals. I was impressed with the festival's strong and diverse selection of new documentaries. As an instructor at Vancouver Film School, I was grateful for a venue to send my students, who were eager to see high quality documentary films.
–Jason Margolis, director of Candemonium
DOXA was fantastic in that it was small, unthreatening, intimate but not cultist. I really enjoyed the dialogues. They were people who LIKE documentary, not just as a way to get into the glamour of the big time feature, but as a way to participate in the human race and the human condition. We went away quite inspired, talking about making films again.
–Master Canadian documentary filmmaker & DOXA participant, Colin Low
Having been a DOXA supporter from the beginning, it’s been our reward to see the festival’s growth while keeping its commitment to original and surprising non-fiction film. Videomatica has benefited from the opportunity to work with DOXA as a promotional partner, an advertiser, a prize donor and a ticket outlet.
–Graham Peat, Co-owner, Videomatica
I believe DOXA to be a vital and necessary addition to this city's film exhibition strategy as the documentary form moves more and more into the fore of our concerns and the reflection of our world takes on a renewed and vital role in understanding ourselves.
–Alex MacKenzie, filmmaker & DOXA guest curator
The festival was a tremendous success. The full houses attested to the hunger that exists for engaged documentary film and video production in Vancouver and to the creative and stimulating programming that kept us coming back night after night. BC is a center for independent documentary filmmaking in North America. Festivals like DOXA support the increasingly active production community by bringing new, international work to the attention of Canadian filmmakers. This will in turn help develop a more mature and cosmopolitan engagement with the world and will lead to more powerful and more accomplished work.
–Colin Browne, Professor, School for Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University
It's been a long time since I've seen films as entertaining, eclectic and smart as DOXA's, and it's not because I don't have cable.
–Helen Kuk, DOXA audience member, Vancouver
DOXA was the ideal venue for the world premiere of our film, SHAMELESS: The ART of Disability! The DOXA team is thoroughly professional and creates an atmosphere of both relevance and festivity – a filmmaker's dream!
–Bonnie Klein, Director, SHAMELESS: The ART of Disability
This was our first time at the DOXA festival, but definitely not our last. A great selection of films from around the world presented viewpoints that you would not normally see on the screen. The films were shown in beautiful theatres, with a friendly, enthusiastic group of volunteers and staff, and this helped to make it a wonderful experience. An added bonus was that many of the directors were there to introduce their films and take questions afterwards. We found that this festival really respected the artists and the audience. We will definitely be there again next year.
–Trevor Suffield & Sheona Campbell, DOXA audience members, Winnipeg