The third Vancouver Badass Film Festival arrives at the Rio There with a bigger line-up, more booze, and Tristan Risk on a Harley.
“The idea of making a film in eight days is very daunting, and I didn’t think I could actually do it.”
Growing up, the Haitian-born filmmaker read Baldwin's works "the way you would study the Bible".
In the new supernatural thriller We Go On, Annette O’Toole plays a woman whose dedication to her son transcends the physical world.
This weekly column features community-minded Vancouverites that are making a difference at a grassroots level.
The Canadian conservationist was lauded internationally for his 2006 documentary Sharkwater, which sounded the alarm on how sharks were being hunted to extinction.
Ninety-six breathtaking films, six rugged categories—here are some tips.
Director April Mullen chose to film the piece with a nearly all-female cast and crew.
Bryan Smith would like us to know that everything we see in his movies is real, thank you very much.
Jonesing for francophone cinema? Here you go!