After a two-year hiatus from in-person options, the DOXA Documentary Film Festival returns to Vancouver in May! And naturally, he is doing everything possible for his return. If you’re wondering what that means, keep reading!
Kicking off May 5, the festival will run for 10 consecutive days with both in-person and virtual options to enjoy. In addition to the films (the stars of the show), the festival will feature a variety of workshops, artist talks and Q&A sessions with filmmakers and industry members.
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Of course, we are very excited about all the movies to see! This year, the festival presents no less than 55 feature and medium-length films, as well as 24 short films, which are mostly grouped into special programs for easy viewing. Topics also run the gamut, from intimate looks at the fentanyl epidemic to Indigenous stories and lives to international options.
And, with multiple venues in Vancouver participating (like the VIFF Center and the Cinematheque), there’s no shortage of opportunities to get the most out of this major Vancouver festival. If you’re curious to know more or are ready to buy tickets, just click the link below!
When: May 5 to May 15
Or: In-person and virtual options
Cost: $13+ for in-person options