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Big congrats to #DOXA2018 films Bing Liu Minding the Gap, Talal Derki's Of Fathers and Sons and Marshall Curry's Night at the Garden on your #Oscar2019 nominations! Thank you for sharing your beautiful, critical work with us this past year!

Seasons greetings from team DOXA! 2018 has been a year of immense change and growth for our small but tenacious team. Early in the year, DOXA  adopted a horizontal management style that employs active collaboration and collective decision-making. Autonomy, a shared sense of purpose, and a deep respect for democracy are hallmarks of how DOXA has always operated.

Submit your film to the 18th Annual DOXA Documentary Film Festival will take place from May 2-12, 2019.

DOXA is an international documentary festival featuring new work selected by a jury, as well as thematic programming presented by independent curators. We are seeking submissions of short to feature length documentaries for our 2019 festival. 

 

November 27th is #GivingTuesday - a day each year dedicated to celebrating the impact that donors from all walks of life have on the organizations that matter most to them. It's the perfect time to make a first-time donation or sign up to become a monthly donor.

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

Join us on Monday November 5th for Vancouver premiere of Milford Graves Full Mantis! We've partnered with Modulus Festival (produced by our friends at Music on Main) to present this lively new music doc about avant-garde percussionist Milford Graves. 

With bittersweetness, we announce that our fabulous Development Manager Tara Flynn will be leaving the organization to pursue a new career opportunity this fall.  Tara has been a vital part of the DOXA team since April 2015, and we're so proud that her work in the arts community has not gone unnoticed! 

We’re looking for an enthusiastic and sociable individual who is passionate about the arts to join our small team as Development and Communications Manager. 

Participating podcasts in #VanPodFest include lauded international shows You Must Remember This and In The Dark, acclaimed CBC podcasts Someone Knows SomethingOther People’s Problems, On Drugs, and highly anticipated new investigative series Uncover: Escaping NXIVM, as well as a special, one-time-only event from the creators of This is That, This Sounds Serious, and Stop Podcasting Yourself.

Join us for an encore screening of METAMORPHOSIS on Thursday August 23rd! The stories of scientists, artists, and activists fighting the global environmental crisis are woven through with stunning imagery to deliver a powerful message of transformation.