DocX is an interdisciplinary section of the Festival celebrating documentary work that lives outside of the traditional format. This year, there will be a number of interactive installations, and virtual reality and 360° video experiences available at Hot Docs House (610 Markham Street).
All experiences are free and open to the public, running April 29 to May 7, 11:00 am to 6:00 p.m. No need to sign-up or book in advance. Just drop in and give it a try.
Interactive Installations let you discover Bloorcourt village, delve into your online persona or connect with survivors of Peru's mass sterilization. Virtual Reality and 360° Video will let you travel from Guatemala, Cuba, Gaza, Eastern Africa, Southeast Asia, or experience life as an eagle, attend a Wilco live set, become a self-driving car and more
View the List of Experiences
In addition to the interactive, virtual reality and 360° video, we also have a collection of iconic photographs by George Zimbel, subject of the documentary Zimbelism. The photographs are on display on the first floor of CraveTV Box Office at Hot Docs House, and are available from March 22 to May 8 during regular box office hours. Organized by Stephen Bulger Gallery.
DocX is supported by the Donner Canadian Foundation, the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.