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DOROTHY WOODEND

Dorothy Woodend is DOXA's Director of Programming.

This was an exceptionally strong year for shorts, a veritable embarrassment of riches, as they say. There are so many: Jessica Kingdon's Commodity City, Manny Mahal's For My Mother, Julia Hechler's Les Cloÿs Cara Cusumano's The Bloop, and the list...

Advance tickets to the following films are SOLD OUT. (Rush sales at the door and passholders tickets only)

Each Justice Forum film is paired with a panel of speakers including filmmakers, experts in the field, academics, and community activists. More panelists added daily! 

Check out the FULL PROGRAM of panelists and masterclasses here!

DOXA's Programming Committee members Carson and Selina share their favourite films!

Paloma and Anant from DOXA's Programming Committee share their top picks! 

Top picks and not-to-be-missed gems from our programming committee members! 

Join us on Wednesday April 19th for a FREE screening of Victoria Lean's film After the Last River, co-presented by DOXA Documentary Film Festival, David Suzuki Foundation and National Canadian Film Day.  

On April 22–23, from 12pm to 5pm, come buy your hardcopy festival tickets in person at the DOXA office. Our address is #110-750 Hamilton Street (up the stairs behind the JJBean kiosk).

Vancouver, BC – In the words of the original documentary rebel Chris Marker: “Rarely has reality needed so much to be imagined.” In an increasingly chaotic world, documentary comes to the rescue, offering radical reinvention, brave new ideas for the future, and a flinty and unyielding form of hope.