Comparing the 2015 Oscars to the Canadian Screen Awards illustrates the differences between the U.S. and Canada.
The only Lower Mainland resident who's nominated for an Academy Award lives in Pitt Meadows.
Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele are a hit with audiences if not with all film critics.
Creative BC has received $1.2 million in new funding from the federal government aimed at boosting international awareness of the province’s creative industries and attracting foreign investment.
Actor Sandra Oh has seen changes in the screen industries. But not enough.
Canada, we really don’t celebrate our cinematic achievements enough.
With five screen classics and seven new releases, the festival blends a cinematic retrospective with recent offerings that Vancouverites may not have had the opportunity to catch on the big screen.
Two Quebec films led the winners at the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards.
Xavier Dolan's critically acclaimed Mommy collected six VFCC nominations.
The Security Ledger cites research by a company called Norse, which focused on leaked emails from the human-resources department.