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DOXA 2018

A Deeper Understanding

“The nature of documentary is telling stories that aren’t told. The mainstream media does a good enough job of giving out certain ideas, and these films are meant to deepen conversations.”

Real Live Action

Jay Arner

It was around 9 p.m. when I arrived at The Lido, already brimming with people drinking and chatting in the cozy, antique-clad East Van venue…

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Frank and the Wonder Cat

For some, the end of summer is marked by heading back to school, but for cinephiles, it’s marked by heading back to the movie theatre….

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DOXA Festival

One of the films to premiere last year at DOXA was Virunga, which received an Oscar nomination for best documentary feature.  The filmmaker, Orlando Von Einsiedel applied to DOXA,…

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Supermoon

  If you’re lucky enough to have been in the right place at the right time this year, you know how much fun Supermoon is….

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Filmstripped

There’s nothing quite like a well-crafted music documentary. It takes a certain sensibility to marry the two popular art forms and this year’s DOXA Documentary…

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Filmstripped

Tito on Ice is a punk-rock political road documentary that follows comic book creators Max Andersson and Lars Sjunnesson as they travel throughout former Yugoslavia…

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Summer Fest Preview

Last summer one of the most exciting festivals happened completely under-the-radar. Shout Back! Festival took place in punk houses and parks throughout East Vancouver on…