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.
When director Robert Alstead first put a camera on Andrew Weaver, B.C.'s Green Party had never held a seat in the legislature, but Alstead says he had a good feeling.
In Haze and Fog, one of the most formally challenging entries in the five-film series, the urban middle class plays the metaphorical role of the wild grass, eking out a sad existence in a bleakly phantasmagoric environment.
Guest curator Thierry Garrel has assembled an invaluable program labelled French French, divided into two parts.
You could feast for days on all the implications raised by the film Orion: The Man Who Would Be King.
B.C.’s creative industries have announced a new initiative aimed at sharing the sector’s story.
You’re so polite. Is it winter all the time? Do you know Jimmy in Toronto?