When he knew that his time was up, James Pollard made some unusual choices about the legacy he wanted to leave.
Along with its Spotlight on Troublemakers, the DOXA Documentary Film Festival returns this year with regular programs including French French, Rated Y for Youth, and the Justice Forum.
As a new program of shorts demonstrates, dance filmmakers have moved a long way from just shooting a performer moving on-stage.
In 2017, you could say that DOXA is staring back at itself.
Whenever Jason Sudeikis's character gets drunk, an enormous robot appears and starts destroying buildings half a world away.
A documentary about a group of past and present drug users living in Toronto’s Regent Park rides on fascinating personalities to shatter stereotypes about addiction.
It might not be the definitive list, but it's ours.
... And that Somewhere is the Vancity Theatre on Friday (April 14).
On Wednesday (April 19), there will be more than 1,700 free screenings across the country, including more than 30 in Vancouver.
The world's largest film festival is also the least expensive.