Head down to the Vancity Theatre this weekend and prepare to be surprised.
The Straight called it back in September when Violent played at VIFF.
Women in Film and Television Vancouver will shine their spotlight on some of the British Columbian film industry's most influential women.
The Best of Hot Docs returns to Vancouver with a sure-fire crowd-pleaser in the shape of Live From New York!
If your life up to this point hasn’t included seeing Marilyn Monroe pursued by Tony Curtis (in drag), then for Christ’s sake get yourself to the Cinematheque.
The competition is stiff, with Eadweard, Black Fly, and Bad City also in the running.
There are few things genuinely weirder than the films of Lon Chaney, and there is probably no better way to experience them than on the big screen with live music supplied by the Alloy Orchestra.
The Rio Theatre celebrates Harvey Milk Day with a bill pairing The Times of Harvey Milk with the Vancouver premiere of Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine.
It was a stiff race between Vicki Lean’s first, zero-budget feature and Jerry Rothwell’s more luxuriously funded Greenpeace bio.
Anna Roussillon’s Je suis le peuple bagged the top prize in the feature documentary category.