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DOXA Festival Jun 25
Alrighty folks! The countdown is on. T-minus 24 hours left to watch!
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Andrea Gin Jun 26
There's still time to watch some films! If you're wondering what to watch, check out the list of this year's award winners below! 🎞️🍿🏆
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Andrea Gin Jun 25
This is starting now! Click on the link below to join the livestream
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Loose Lips Jun 16
Starting Thursday, goes online with more than 60 documentary films. Here are our four feminist must-see picks.
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vivamantrafilms May 4
It’s been one year since our !! Thank you for your gracious support for “Because We Are Girls”. Over 700 patrons in attendance
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Lizzy Karp (she/her) Jun 20
And here are more reccos for your couch festival experience 🍿
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Beau Photo Supplies Jun 9
Here's your chance to watch an incredible lineup of documentary films from the comfort of your own home! We already purchase our Festival passes. :)
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Tanya Goldman Jun 25
I'm currently reading 's excellent book. This free event — starting in just a few hours — is not to be missed!
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Gal Gracen Jun 26
Replying to @galgracen
last day of ..finally watched "landfall", which looks at the reconstruction/exploitation of puerto rico in the aftermath of hurricane maria and features cameos by the kid from the mighty ducks and satan
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SFU Woodward's Jun 18
Tune in to the first-ever virtual festival! Running from June 18-26, watch all films in the DOXA 2020 film program from the comfort of your own home. Films will be available to watch on-demand for the duration of the aforementioned festival dates.
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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:
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Straight Movies Jun 30
DOXA 2020 awards go to films about Filipina domestic workers, father and daughter documentarians, and more
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RICK CHUNG Jun 17
'There's No Place Like This Place, Anyplace' deftly documents one block's growing sense of displacement 🏗️ at Review:
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colleen tsoukalas Jun 4
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Vancouver Film Fest Jun 26
There's still time to check out ! Jana Rankov discusses some of the highlights of this year's . "[These films] do not, however, read to us like relics from an earlier time; instead, they share our trepidation for the future."
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i get so emotional, baby Jun 25
Great program of newsreels + fascinating Q&A with this eve! Treasured moment from the footage compilation: a wartime news narrator facetiously referring to the Axis triad of "Hitler, Hirohito, and... who's that other guy?"
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mitchell kezin Jun 22
Thank You + + for an Documentary Cinematography Masterclass with the amazing Iris Ng...It was an illuminating & enlightening FULL 2 Hours with one of Canada’s foremost cinematographers !!! 👏👏👏
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Andrea Gin Jun 25
Still a couple days left to watch some of the incredible documentary films in this year's online program. I especially have loved the shorts programs so far
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Tama Maigo Jun 8
RT to enter to win film passes x via
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Katja De Bock Jun 26
On my last day, I'm impressed by two documentaries made by Korean-born women living in Europe: OVERSEAS, by Sung-A Yoon, ab/ domestic slavery of Filipino workers in the Middle East & Hong Kong. FORGET ME NOT, by , ab/ unwed mothers in South Korea.
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