DOXA documentary film festival

DOXA 2011 - Beautiful storytelling in The Florestine Collection

Released in April of this year, The Florestine Collection follows the story of experimental animator Helen Hill as she and her husband Paul Gailiunas, navigate art and life in New Orleans. Mirroring...

Child prostitution in Mumbai is the focus of BAS! Beyond the Red Light, winner of Colin Low Award at DOXA

BAS! Beyond the Red Light is the provocative and beautiful story of 13 girls rescued from the world's largest red light district in Mumbai, India.

DOXA Documentary Film Festival premiers A Sea Change: Imagine a World Without Fish

Director Barbara Ettinger's fascinating tale of a man on a mission to expose the dire but little known environmental impact of high levels of carbon dioxide in the oceans.

Crude Sacrifice

An urgent film about the cost of Canada's oil production to the environment and human health plays at The DOXA Festival. Sold out at the DOXA presentation, Crude Sacrifice will be showing again Sunday

At DOXA Documentary Film Festival 2010, The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls

Mercedes Grant will be covering a few of the DOXA documentary film festival selections this year, including The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls, a film by Director Leane Pooley. Stay tuned for further