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Question: what do you do when you’re one of the richest people under 25 and known all over the world as a fictional character that will never be forgotten?
This year's Vancouver Queer Film Festival opens on August 14 and runs until August 24.
These are Children 404. They’re the invisible ones, children who do not exist, in Russia.
Marie-Hélène Cousineau was drawn to Arctic tales long before she wrote, produced, and directed Uvanga, a bracingly elemental family tale.
Earl Lynn Nelson’s voice comes rolling down the phone line from Ashland, Kentucky, all gravel and sunshine.
The funnyman talks politics, LGBT rights, Christopher Reeve, and humour.
The Irish actor explains why it's okay to keep Michel Fassbender's face covered for an entire film.
VIFF’s new leader Jacqueline Dupuis acknowledges that changing dynamics of screen-based entertainment will drive the future of the festival.
The $50,000 indie rave is one of the most powerful films of the year
If Matt Walsh seems like a strange casting choice for a disaster movie about tornadoes ravaging the fictional Midwest town of Silverton, that’s probably because he is.