The DOXA Community Recommends

The DOXA Community Recommends

Last week, we asked the DOXA community (that's you!) which documentary films and non-fiction podcasts are worth the watch/listen. Have you been binge-listening to a podcast that you think other folks would love, too? Or maybe you've watched Grey Gardens for the sixth time, hoping to pick up some self-isolation tips from Big and Little Edie? We wanted to know! And we've compiled those titles here, for you to check out. Thanks to those who participated—there's nothing like a trusted recommendation from a friend!

 

DOCUMENTARIES (click on each film title to learn more):

Heart of a Dog (dir. Laurie Anderson, 2015)
O.J.: Made in America (dir. Ezra Edelman, 2016)
Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance (dir. Alanis Obonsawin, 1993)
Crip Camp (dir. Jim LeBrecht & Nicole Newnham, 2020)
Harlan County, USA (dir. Barbara Kopple, 1976)
The Act of Killing (dir. Joshua Oppenheimer, 2012)
Finding Big Country (dir. Kathleen Jayme, 2018)
The Issue of Mr. Odell (dir. Rami Katz, 2018)
Bacon & God's Wrath (dir. Sol Friedman, 2015)
Deli Man (dir. Erik Anjou, 2014)
The House in Argüello (dir. Valentina Llorens, 2018)
Jane B. par Agnès V. (dir. Agnès Varda, 1988)

NON-FICTION PODCASTS (click on each podcast title to learn more):

Les Pieds sur terre (French-language)
Philosophize This!
Pure Nonfiction
Hidden Brain
CANADALAND
Seeking Office (Ep. Canada Now and Then: A Look at Two Influenza Pandemics)
Below the Radar
Glasner on Film
Crackdown
The Last Bohemians
Heavyweight
Sandy and Nora Talk Politics
The Editor's Cut
Room Tone
TVO On Docs
Containers
All My Relations
One From the Vaults

 

Once again, thanks to all who recommended a worthy doc or podcast. We're thankful for you!