Over 500 people are expected to attend KDocs 2016, a community-based documentary film festival spanning two days. With an audience of KPU students, faculty, staff, alumni, community partners, and the general public, KDocs will provoke engagement, dialogue, and creativity, stimulating a critical examination of our complex world. Six exciting documentaries will be screened, followed by keynote speakers (Brandon Bryant, star of Drone and Founder, Project Red Hand; Caleb Behn, star of Fractured Land and Executive Director, Keepers of the Water; Kathy Corrigan, MLA, Official Opposition Deputy Chair and spokesperson for Advanced Education, Ivory Tower; Pablo Godoy, National Representative, UFCW Canada; National Coordinator, Students Against Migrant Exploitation (S.A.M.E.); Vice President, Ontario Federation of Labour, Food Chain$; David Hatfield, Leadership Consultant and Facilitator, The Mask You Live In; and William "Dub" Lawrence, star of Peace Officer) and panel discussions. As a representative of the KDocs board, I will be there to take care of our keynote speakers and to film the festival proceedings.