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Big congrats to #DOXA2018 films Bing Liu Minding the Gap, Talal Derki's Of Fathers and Sons and Marshall Curry's Night at the Garden on your #Oscar2019 nominations! Thank you for sharing your beautiful, critical work with us this past year!
Seasons greetings from team DOXA! 2018 has been a year of immense change and growth for our small but tenacious team. Early in the year, DOXA adopted a horizontal management style that employs active collaboration and collective decision-making. Autonomy, a shared sense of purpose, and a deep respect for democracy are hallmarks of how DOXA has always operated.
In 1917, nearly two-thousand immigrant miners from Bisbee, Arizona went on strike for better wages and safer working conditions.
“The result is a singularly American riff on The Act of Killing, a fascinating and dream-like mosaic that’s less driven by residual anger than by cockeyed concern, less interested in exhuming the past than in revealing its value to the present.” - INDIEWIRE
Metamorphosis confronts beauty and loss with powerful visual imagery. The stories of scientists, artists, and activists fighting the global environmental crisis are woven through with stunning imagery to deliver a powerful message of transformation.
Bing Liu focuses his camera on his tight-knit group of skateboarding friends in this deeply personal study of young adulthood, offering insight on the construction of masculinity, and its relationship to cycles of violence.