Western Canada’s largest documentary film festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.
There are 87 films available online from May 6 to 16, but it's also possible to see some on the big screen.
That's because this year's fest includes the DOXA Drive-In from May 13 to 15, featuring seven screenings at the PNE Amphitheatre for movie lovers in their cars.
The full schedule of films is available here.
Below, you can read articles about documentaries at the festival.
Movie Notes May 14
Tailfeathers's film, Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning Of Empathy, will be screened tonight at the DOXA Drive-In. Movie Reviews May 13
The mother and trans child's identities are not revealed in "Into Light", but the story still remains compelling, in part due to spectacular imagery. Movie Reviews May 9
The Gig Is Up makes both an emotional and practical plea for viewers to take a closer look at the price of convenience. Movie Features May 7
The Rumba Kings streams until May 16 as part of DOXA. Movie Reviews May 7
This look back at the life of a Black feminist punk icon by her own daughter is more personal and mournful than your usual biographical music doc. Movie Reviews May 6
Try to imagine what it’s like sponsoring a person you don’t know to immigrate to Canada. Movie Reviews May 5
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson's documentary is essential viewing for music fans. Movie Reviews May 5
David Bowie was a fan, so why haven’t you ever heard of them? Movie Reviews May 5
Romance is in the air between Jim, who gets around in a wheelchair, and Dianne as they twirl around the dance floor. Movie Reviews May 5
Yung Chang's calm documentary follows individuals through the start of the COVID-19 crisis. Movie Reviews May 5
Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning Of Empathy was shot over five years. Movie Features May 5
Director Shannon Walsh notes that even though task-based work existed before, the new platforms are different.