DOXA Fest: Dear Jackie busts a Canadian myth about racial benevolence
Filmmaker Henri Pardo pierces a perception that Montreal is somehow better than other cities because of the way it hosted baseball star Jackie Robinson in 1946.
DOXA Fest: Dear Audrey delivers a love story for the ages
The unspoken message is that through her example of health and disease, Audrey Schirmer has clearly made her husband, filmmaker Martin Duckworth, a better man.
DOXA Fest: Love in the Time of Fentanyl documents the awesome heroism of the Overdose Prevention Society
The film puts a human face on a horrific community tragedy while showcasing the resilience and ingenuity of the marginalized.
DOXA Fest: The Lake / nx̌aʔx̌aʔitkʷ’s operatic background shows how humility and reconciliation go hand in hand
Heather Pawsey and Delphine Derickson show how to achieve cross-cultural understanding in The Lake / nx̌aʔx̌aʔitkʷ.
DOXA Fest: Beyond Extinction: Sinixt Resurgence by filmmaker Ali Kazimi traces the horrifying underbelly of colonialism in British Columbia
British imperialists often defended their interests through divide-and-rule tactics, which continues to happen in the BC Treaty Commission process.
DOXA Fest: Territory Manager Ambushing Viewers With Ideas
The fate of the inhabitants of Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau in the Amazon grows darker as Alex Pritz’s film unfolds.
Teresa Alfeld found herself in Doug and the Slugs and Me
The film is screened as part of the DOXA Documentary Film Festival.
The DOXA documentary film festival announces its 2022 line-up
The festival runs from May 5 to 15.
DOXA Announces 2022 Festival Special Presentations
The festival runs from May 5 to 15 this year.