He and his family lived on Salt Spring for 22 years while the actor/writer/director—best known as “Angel” Martin on The Rockford Files—racked up big-screen credits.
The acclaimed horror-comedy comes to Shudder on March 24.
There are moments when a conversation with the famed botanist can feel like something out of Tolkien.
Her latest film is sentimental without being mindless about the mid-1970s era that it depicts.
With such a dizzyingly high concept, Chokeslam really shouldn't work—but it does.
Films rarely get more culturally diverse than Window Horses: The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming.
Since the 1960s, animal-rights activists have proclaimed that Canada’s seal hunt is barbaric and unsustainable, without knowing how drastically these notions affect Inuit communities that depend on seals for food, clothing, and oil.
From a doc that follows the political future of Tunisia to a reality-blurring exploration of polyamory, here are our picks for the annual women-centred fete.
The director remained sensitive to First Nations protocols in her film about women living in the midst of a serial killer.
The third Vancouver Badass Film Festival arrives at the Rio There with a bigger line-up, more booze, and Tristan Risk on a Harley.