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DOC BC Jun 20
Join us for a "Cinematography Masterclass with Iris Ng" tomorrow 3pm PT! Co-presented with and sponsored by and . FREE tickets are available for our members and filmmakers at docbc@docbc.org
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DOC BC Jun 12
Tomorrow, Sat 11am: Join us for a special BC x virtual brunch, co-moderated by board members Jason Blackman and Jessica Hallenbeck. We will be celebrating our fantastic filmmakers who have films in this year's program.
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Chuck Lapp May 18
DOC Atlantic added 4 new photos to the album: EAST COAST DOCS - INVADING GIANTS. Published by Millefiore Clarkes · 3 hrs · is an initiative of DOC Atlantic to share and celebrate the work of our members! First up: INVADING GIANTS
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Cinema Politica Jun 9
Check out this interview with on her powerful and rich film , which will be screening with starting June 18!
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DOXA Festival Jun 9
In AREUM MARRIED, Korean director Areum Parkkang throws several punches at gender roles in an honest and charming look at her own marriage. Turning the camera onto herself, she wonders: can she manage both her life and her film?
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Point of View Jun 10
WINTOPIA is a fitting tribute to Canada’s “documentary ambassador” by his daughter Mira. Read more about 's "opening night film" in our current cover story! 📽️
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National Film Board of Canada Jun 10
"There’s a lot to unpack in the history of Afghani cinema [...] and is an excellent primer on it." — reviews 's x co-production and Rogers Audience Award winner → See it at !
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CBC Vancouver Jun 10
This year's has gone digital! Check out amazing films from the comfort of your own home.
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Sabrina Furminger Jun 9
Actor-writer-director-activist offers tips for newly woke white people. “Many of you have just now dipped your toes into the world of anti-racism. A warning: ‘Anti-Racism 101’ has a steep learning curve.” Read more in .
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DOXA Festival Jun 10
Set against the backdrop of the 2016 American election news cycle, Tony Massil's THE END FROM HERE is a character study of three reclusive men from the isolated town of Hyder, Alaska, who share a sense of impending doom.
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DOXA Festival Jun 10
Mia Donovan's DOPE IS DEATH spotlights the Lincoln Detox Clinic, formed in New York in 1970 by community activists, the Black Panthers, and the Young Lords as a radical solution to the city's lack of response to the growing heroin epidemic. 🎥
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mira burt-wintonick Jun 10
Pete would have been 67 today. What a one-of-a-kind, brilliant goof. If you'd like to spend some time with him, Wintopia is streaming this month at and and
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DOXA Festival Jun 10
In a Ukrainian town in the 'red zone' of Donbas, a family transforms their home into a film studio. Iryna Tsilyk's THE EARTH IS BLUE AS AN ORANGE quietly observes the family as they create scenes based on personal experiences of life under siege.
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DOXA Festival Jun 10
In the 70s, Eddy Hamour was obsessed with building an island theme park in BC's Okanagan. As Greg Crompton chronicles in EDDY'S KINGDOM, a strange string of events ensued, including a week-long hostage situation at the Canadian Embassy in Beirut.
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DOXA Festival Jun 10
When Canadian filmmaker Tamara Dawit relocates to Ethiopia, she learns of her aunt Sally, who disappeared during the 1974 coup. FINDING SALLY traces the history of a committed activist, a resilient family, and a social movement worth remembering.
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Rungh.Means.Colour Jun 10
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DOXA Festival Jun 11
In INFLUENCE, directors Diana Neille and Richard Poplak craft a thorough study of modern communication's politicization through this profile of Lord Timothy Bell, the notorious British public relations magnate.
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DOXA Festival Jun 11
A personal, yet entertaining look behind the Iron Curtain, Bojina Panayotova's JE VOIS ROUGE (I See Red People) is both an investigation of the complicated legacy of communism in Bulgaria and a fascinating study of the parent-child relationship.
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DOXA Festival Jun 11
At the height of Afghanistan's Taliban occupation, one official secretly warned the employees of Afghan Films to hide their archives. Ariel Nasr's THE FORBIDDEN REEL is the unearthing of those archives. 🎥
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DOC BC Jun 11
. Calling all DOC BC Members! Don't miss this masterclass with renowned cinematographer Iris Ng, co-presented by and on June 21st. Stay tuned to DOXA's website for registration details:
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