DOXA Documentary Film Festival’s Motion Pictures Film Series is very happy to present Maya Angelou And Still I Rise on February 27, 2017 at Kay Meek Centre in West Vancouver.  The screening will be preceded by a spoken word performance by local poet and activist, Jillian Christmas. 

In honour of Black History Month, DOXA Documentary Film Festival and The Cinematheque are very proud to offer this encore screening for Vancouver audiences of Do Not Resist on February 10, 2017. 

DOXA, along with SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs, is proud to present a series of FREE film screenings with the 2017 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival.

We are seeking dynamic individuals who are interested in working in a busy, energetic, film-loving environment to fill the positions of Communications Assistant and Program Outreach and Volunteer Assistant. The positions are supported through the Job Creation Partnerships program.

As someone who is new to the Festival, I have been learning about the importance of the organization, not only to filmmakers, students, volunteers, and sponsors, but most importantly to audience members and documentary lovers. In 2017, DOXA needs your support to expand our capacity.

If you didn't have a chance to attend DOXA's FLIPSIDE: Disco vs. Punk fundraiser on December 1st, you can still support DOXA while getting your hands on some great certificates, trips, concert tickets, and much more.  Auction items end between December 15th and December 18th. Click here to see the current list of items.

DOXA Motion Pictures series and the Kay Meek Centre are very pleased to present Sam Pollard's film Two Trains Runnin' on December 5th!  Just confirmed: The screening will be preceded by a live performance by the blues duo The Jook Joint Jokers! 

You are invited to join DOXA's board and staff at this year's Annual General Meeting on Monday, November 28, 2016 at 7 PM. We will review highlights of the previous year, enjoy some refreshments and welcome our returning and new board members.

DOXA returns to the Vancouver streets of old with Flipside: Disco vs Punk, a good old-fashioned dance battle and dueling DJ showdown. The evening will feature a live acoustic performance from legendary punk progenitor-turned-city-father Joe Keithley, leader of D.O.A (whose infamous album Disco Sucks may have started the conflagration). BUY TICKETS HERE.

Wicked queens of the night – Isolde N. Barron and Peach Cobblah – will MC events, while dancers battle with gyrating hips and pumping fists in Vancouver’s legendary Ironworks. Get more info here!

Join us on November 7th for a special event as part of Music on Main's Modulus Festival. Witness the first complete procession performance of Michael O’Neill’s Beledrone, an ambitious and exciting project comprised of seven intercultural works. Followed by a screening of Lou Harrison: A World of Music. Lou Harrison is widely considered to be one of the great American composers.