KATHAUMIXW: A Thousand Voices, A Single Passion
Dynamic music and song celebrates the human spirit
June 4, 7:30 pm at the Vancity Theatre (1181 Seymor St. at Davie, Vancouver, BC)
Admission is free for DOC BC members and $9 for non-members.
PRODUCER AND DIRECTOR TONY PAPA WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE!
The Documentary Organization of Canada, BC chapter presents Kathaumixw: A Thousand Voices, A Single Passion, by
producer and director, Tony Papa, as part of DOC SCREENS , its new monthly screening series, which features the work
of its members, documentary filmmakers in British Columbia.
The film will be preceeded by a dynamic performance by Nettwerk recording artists Aliqua, http://www.aliqua.com/ as well
as Vancouver Choir, Enharmonium. This 70 minute feature Doc won “Best Overall Sound at the Leo’s last year and has
been touring the world to rave reviews.
Every second summer, choirs from around the world, converge on the edge of British Columbia’s coastal wilderness to
celebrate the splendor of their love for singing. KATHAUMIXW: A Thousand Voices, A Single Passion, directed by Gemini
Award winner Tony Papa interweaves the heart of the choral experience with explosive performance from international
choirs. Kathaumixw (pronounced Ka-thou-mew) is a local Coast Salish First Nations word meaning: “a gathering of
different peoples.” The film won a Leo Award for Best overall Sound, and has traveled the world through festival
The film features the Taipei National University of the Arts Orchestra and Chorus; Powell River Academy Chamber Choir,
Canada; Christ the King Church Choir, Uganda; Aliqua, Canada; Guangdong Experimental Middle School Choir, China;
Taipei National University of the Arts Chorus, Taiwan; Adelaide Chamber Singers, Australia; Seycove Chamber Choir,
Canada; Coro de Camara de la Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, Mexico; Philippine Saringhimig Singers,
USA; and St. Margaret’s AGS, Australia.
DOC SCREENS will showcase the work of BC producers and directors and provide a forum for discussion and
presentation. Films will be long and short, commissioned or labours of love, very new (even works-in-progress that need
feedback) or older. DOC Screens will take place every month. Locations will vary, check www.docbc.org for details.
“The film is a celebration of the human spirit as expressed through music and song. We’re thrilled to share this wonderful
experience through this documentary,” said DOC BC co-chair, Julia Ivanova.
For more information and photos please contact:
Maia Iotzova firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia Ivanova email@example.com