Film curator, Karen Cirillo, is bringing another great short documentary program to the IFC Center next month on July 19. Doxita is her traveling festival of short nonfiction. This program's theme is "Life Is a Progress," focusing on stories of people's survival and their various coping mechanisms. It's a great collection, one you won't want to miss. All of these films have won multiple prizes around the world: Steel Homes by Eva Weber (UK, 10 minutes); one of the more sobering pieces of animation you'll see, Slaves, by Hannah Heilborn and David Aronowitsch (Sweden, 15 minutes); The First Kid to Learn English From Mexico by Peter Jordan (US, 20 minutes); and, 12 Notes Down by Andreas Koefed (Denmark, 30 minutes). Click here for more info and to order tickets.