Our Programs

Documentaries Do Make A Difference

Our love for documentary film differentiated us when we launched DocuWest, Colorado’s first documentary film festival in 2008. Since then, our consistent programming of relevant stories about music, art, politics, queer issues, social justice, and the environment have enabled us to build strong relationships with many documentary filmmakers, audiences, donors and distributors from around the world.

This makes us uniquely situated to expand our connections and alliances so we may curate and collaborate on year round programming focused on factual stories.

Please consider supporting us in any way you can.

The OG

DocuWest Fest

The original grandmama that DenverDocSoc is built on. DocuWest is the Rocky Mountain region’s premier documentary film festival. The 2023 edition returns October and will be centered at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s historic Holiday Theater.

Documentary & Media Literature. For Youth.

DenverDocSoc Education

Education in documentary & media literature is our top priority. Developed and taught by award-winning social justice documentary filmmaker Wade Gardner. DenverDocSoc will deliver truth to the classroom. Instruction starts November 2022.     

Our Next Big thing

The Denver Civil Rights Film Festival

The inaugural Denver Civil Rights Film Festival kicks off February 23-25 in Denver. The festival will screen all films at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s historic, Holiday Theatre.

Submissions For Films Are Now Open.

 

What We Produce

DocuWest Films

Award-Winning. Thought-Provoking. Stories. Scripted. Unscripted.