Movie Notes

Six tales of courage are featured in this month’s eighth annual Vancouver Taiwanese Film Festival.
With the 2014 FIFA World Cup just around the corner, local soccer enthusiasts have the chance to take a cinematic glimpse into The Beautiful Game.
It was a satisfying win for writer-director Ben Ratner’s aggressively local feature.
Another major VFX house is adding to the growth of Vancouver's visual effects industry.
What a local river advocate saw about the state of rivers around the world deeply troubled him.
The decision means that Confessions Productions will collect $145,600 that had previously been denied by the B.C. Ministry of Finance.
Burnaby's last independent cinema is bidding adieu to its community.
Vancouver indie film Lawrence & Holloman is proving itself to be the Little Engine that Could, with a screening at the Cannes International Film Festival’s Marché du Film and a total of nine nominations for this year’s Leo Awards.
You know you’re in for something different when a filmmaker considers remaking his own movie “once I know what it’s about”.
Movie-goers can choose which Philip Seymour Hoffman will play at the Rio Theatre in the first Curate the Rio: People’s choice film series.