DOXA Industry

 

DOXA Industry brings together a diverse community of filmmakers and industry professionals to discuss the art and craft of non-fiction storytelling. Through a series of workshops, roundtable discussions, masterclasses and networking events, we invite filmmakers at all levels of experience to engage in vital conversations while building the skills and connections needed to propel their projects forward. 

How to participate: DOXA 2022 Industry events will take place in-person, with select sessions livestreamed for online audiences.

Tickets: DOXA Industry events are free but require previous registration. 

Health and Safety: Please be aware that DOXA requires all attendees to wear a mask at all times during in-theatre screenings and Industry events, unless actively eating or drinking in their seats. This is part of our commitment to keeping DOXA staff, volunteers, and all members of our community safe and healthy.

 

To see DOXA 2022's full slate of Industry events, click here.

 

DGC Visionaries

Saturday, May 7 from 12:00 p.m - 5:30 p.m 

The Kent (534 Cambie Street)

 

The Directors Guild of Canada presents a day of fascinating conversations with renowned filmmakers. Come out to connect with peers and hear from exciting voices from across Canada pushing the creative boundaries of documentary.

Food and drink. All are welcome. Click here for more info.

This event will be held in-person.

 

Panel Discussion: Filmmaking and Motherhood 

Sunday, May 8 from 1:00 - 2:15 p.m. 

SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, World Art Centre

 

On this Mother’s Day, please join us for a discussion that shines a spotlight on filmmakers balancing their artistic careers with motherhood. We will invite our guests to explore how parenting influences their work, and to share challenges, triumphs and ideas on how the industry can better support working parents.

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This event will be held in-person. Childcare available.

 

 

Panel Discussion: Knowledge Network Equity Audit

Sunday, May 8 from 2:30 - 3:45 p.m.

SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts,, World Art Centre

 

 

In this panel discussion, filmmakers involved in advocacy efforts will share the impact of the Knowledge Network Equity Audit's findings, the ground-breaking material changes that have come from it, and the opportunities it can create for a more equitable future for documentary filmmakers in Canada.

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This event will be held in-person and online. Childcare available.

 

 

Masterclass: Ali Kazimi

Sunday, May 8 from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts,, World Art Centre

 

 

Ali Kazimi has created an acclaimed body of work that deals with race, social justice, migration, history and memory. This masterclass will travel through his work, gleaning insights from his influential works as well as DOXA 2022 selection Beyond Extinction: Sinixt Resurgence. The conversation will invite the question: What does the act of cross cultural relational engagement look like in filmmaking?

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This event will be held in-person and online.

 

 

Industry Mixer

Sunday, May 8th from 5:30pm - 7:30pm

The GPO Bar + Kitchen (formerly The Charles Bar, 136 W Cordova St.)

 

 

DOC BC | YT | NT and the Director's Guild of Canada invite you to this year’s DOXA Industry Reception! Come on out, mingle and relax with fellow filmmakers, colleagues and new friends. We will spotlight DOC members with films in the festival and celebrate the great work of our documentary community.

Please RSVP here.

This event will be held in-person.

 

 

Telling Stories: Mariana Otero and François Caillat 

Monday, May 9 from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

The Post at 750 (110 - 750 Hamilton Street)

 

 

In this ‘cross-masterclass,’ French auteurs Mariana Otero and François Caillat, subjects of the FRENCH FRENCH double retrospective, confront their unique approaches to documentary storytelling while affirming their shared ethics.

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This event will be held in-person.

 

 

Focus on Editing: Jocelyne Chaput

Monday, May 9 from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

The Post at 750 (110 - 750 Hamilton Street)

 

This moderated conversation with California-based, Canadian editor Jocelyne Chaput will explore the art of storytelling from an editor’s perspective, drawing insights from her work on DOXA Opening Night film Fire of Love.

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This event will be held in-person and online.

 

Let’s Talk Video Workshops

Presented by the Vancouver Public Library

May 10, 11 and 12 from 2:00 - 3:30pm

 

Do you want to make a video, but aren't sure where to start? These three workshops for aspiring filmmakers will cover the basics of planning, recording, and editing a video project.

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This event will be held online.