Twitter | Search | |
DOXA Festival
DOXA is Western Canada’s largest documentary film festival. The 19th edition runs June 18-26, 2020 — online! 📽️ DOXA presents Nov 5-8, 2020. 🎙
8,469
Tweets
3,122
Following
8,445
Followers
Tweets
DOXA Festival Aug 12
DOXA Shorts to watch online! 😍 Film Festival Partners, too! 🎥👯 -
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
SFU Woodward's Aug 10
Giveaway! We've partnered with to give away two tickets to Opening Gala film on August 13 at 7 PM. Head over to our Instagram page to enter for a chance to win!
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Lisa Jackson Aug 5
10 steps we can take toward a more equitable Canadian TV and film industry for BIPOC creatives | CBC Arts
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
The Indigenous Screen Office Aug 4
**Reminder** ISO Emergency Relief Funding Still Open for Applications. We are disbursing $2 million in COVID-19 Emergency Relief Funding to support Indigenous-led production companies. FAQ page:
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Documentary Organization of Canada Jul 31
DOC is hosting a members-only filmmaker-led virtual roundtable to provide a safe space to check in with each other about the challenges of surviving in these pandemic times. To RSVP, email lara@docorg.ca with the session you'd like to attend (August 7th 1-2:30pm or 5-6:30pm)
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Baljit Sangra Jul 31
We are on Amazon Prime worldwide. We are proud of the great work Baljit Sangra has accomplished with award winning “Because We Are Girls”. Her artistic lens help share this humbling important topic through the case study of the Pooni sisters.
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival Jul 31
Huntsville Station, directed by Jamie Meltzer and Chris Filippone (awarded an honourable mention for best short film at ) is now streaming online via Op-Docs. Watch it in full here:
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Lindsay Nixon Jul 28
. named Chair of Canada Council replacing Pierre Lassonde! Heritage Minister says Wente is "the first Indigenous Chairperson within the Canadian Heritage portfolio." (thanks for forwarding, and whose synopsis I cited in this tweet).
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Simon Fraser University Jul 28
How can a be a form of scholarly communication? received a grant to support peer-reviewed podcasts as a legitimate form of scholarship.
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
The Indigenous Screen Office Jul 28
Congratulations to Jesse Wente, Executive Director at the Indigenous Screen Office for this prestigious appointment which makes him the first Indigenous Chairperson w/in the Canadian Heritage portfolio. We look forward to your passionate, unwavering leadership.
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Documentary Organization of Canada Jul 24
We've updated the advocacy section on our website! You can now read our recent submission to CAVCO as well as 's letter to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs. Read about our recent advocacy work here:
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival Jul 24
Have you told us what you thought, yet? 😊 Plus, more films to watch! -
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Stanley Nelson Jul 21
During the making of ‘Freedom Riders’ I had the honor and the pleasure to get to know and interview John Lewis and C. T. Vivian. The lives of so many, including mine were forever altered by their heroism. Stream "Freedom Riders" now via :
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Stanley Nelson Jul 13
We can't let the majority-white film industry decide who gets to tell OUR stories of this moment. They aren't their stories to tell. Trust *black* filmmakers to give these stories the meaning and the justice they deserve. ✊🏿 My latest OP-ED for :
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Kinet Jul 12
A piece by on s01e03 in the latest print-issue of
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Locarno Film Festival Jul 7
Our warmest congratulations to Yoon Sung-A for winning the DOXA Feature Documentary Award with "Overseas", to Virgil Vernier for the Côté court Grand Prix award for "Sapphire Crystal" and to Larissa Sansour and Andrea Luka Zimmerman for their Jarman prize shortlist selection!
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
Sonya Childress Jul 6
Given the origins of documentary film, it’s no wonder that we’ve arrived at an ideological clash in the field. To move through this moment of reckoning we must commit ourselves to real accountability.
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival Jul 6
*New Doc Alert* This important film about police brutality/accountability in Calgary premieres this Saturday on . Above the Law is directed by , producers of the short film HAVEN that won an honourable mention for best short film at . Check it out:
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival Jul 6
Major opportunity alert!
Reply Retweet Like
DOXA Festival retweeted
ABOVE THE LAW stan account Jul 5
🚨One week out!🚨 If the issue of police accountability in Canada is even faintly of interest to you, please don’t sleep on ABOVE THE LAW, airing next Saturday, July 11, on and CBC Gem.
Reply Retweet Like