Another DOXA gone by, and in exceptional form—2022 marked our return to in-person theatres, in true hybrid form! We hope you enjoyed many, many documentaries.

The 2022 DOXA Award Winners have been announced! Congratulations to all the filmmakers.

Just confirmed! Colin Askey's Love in the Time of Fentanyl and Hà Lệ Diễm’s Children of the Mist will both screen for a third time on Sunday, May 15th.

DOXA 2022's Rated Y for Youth Special Presentation of Dear Jackie (dir. Henri Pardo) will take place Saturday, May 14 at The Cinematheque.

DOXA 2022's Closing Presentation of Doug and the Slugs and Me (dir. Teresa Alfeld) will take place Saturday, May 14 at SFU Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema.

DOXA 2022's Justice Forum Special Presentation of Love in the Time of Fentanyl (dir. Colin Askey) will take place Wednesday, May 10 at SFU Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema.

If our memories are unreliable and the archive can be questioned, where does that leave us? The films in this program allow for greater knowledge of ourselves as we burst forth into the future, continually in motion with the material of our past.

Rooted in stewardship and grounded in political freedom, these films are searing reminders of the ongoing effects of colonialism, systemic oppression and environmental destruction in BC, across Turtle Island and around the world.

We're so excited to welcome visiting filmmakers to this year's festival! Come for the film, stay for the post-screening discussion.

DOXA 2022's Opening Presentation of Fire of Love (dir. Sara Dosa) will take place Saturday, May 7 at The Playhouse.