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This year, DOXA falls on both Mother's Day and May Long Weekend. SAVE THE DATE!

The 19th annual DOXA Documentary Film Festival is the place to be May 7 thru 17, 2020! 

At DOXA, we're all about fostering critical dialogue and promoting media literacy.

Filmmakers help us do just that. Help us fly filmmakers to DOXA 2020 by donating your air miles today!

The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) is happening Feb 21 - Mar 1, 2020. We're pleased to be a partner for their show Stories from the Magic Canoe. STORIES FROM THE MAGIC CANOE Monday, February 24, 2020 | 7:30pm The Cinematheque 200 – 1131 Howe Street, Vancouver

The folks at DOXA would like to say Happy Holidays!

2019 was a big year! During the Festival, we hosted a record number of sold-out screenings for Baljit Sangra's incredible Because We Are Girls, welcomed 35 filmmakers and artists as festival guests, and embarked on the next leg of our European Grand Tour with special program Italia Italia, among other...

Calling all podcast lovers, pop culture fanatics, and trivia titans! Join co-hosts Hannah McGregor (Secret Feminist Agenda, Witch, Please) and Lisa Christiansen and Andrea Warner (Pop This! Podcast) on Monday, Nov. 4 at the Princeton Pub for an evening of trivia by Quizmaster Carlos to raise money for DOXA in support of Vancouver Podcast Festival. 

All DOXA members are invited to join us for our upcoming annual general meeting. 

When: November 18, 2019 | 7:00pm
Where: The Post at 750 (110-750 Hamilton St.) Vancouver, B.C.
Please RSVP: info@doxafestival.ca

Submissions for the 19th Annual DOXA Documentary Film Festival (May 7-17, 2020) are now open! 

For full submissions guidelines and information about how to submit your film, click here: https://www.doxafestival.ca/filmsubmissions

Join us as we present a series of short documentaries in collaboration with Capilano University's Documentary Program.   

September 19 2019, 7:00pm
Bosa Film Centre | Capilano University
2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver, BC
Free and open to students, faculty and general the public! 

A note from DOXA's Development and Communications Manager Teresa Alfeld, who will be leaving the organization to pursue filmmaking full-time. 

Aim for the Roses: Red Gate Arts Society, Opus59 Films and Blue Ice Docs, in partnership with DOXA Documentary Film Festival, present a special screening of John Bolton's musical docudrama Aim for the Roses. This will be only the third public screening in Vancouver, after being chosen to open the 2016 DOXA Festival.

Saturday, June 29, 2019 | 8:30pm
Red Gate Revue Stage
1601 Johnston Street, Vancouver

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