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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.
Filming Boyhood over 12 years took a serious committment from all involved.
Community-based artwork will be the latest in Vancouver Biennale's outdoor collection.
Here's the Georgia Straight's coverage of the Your Kontinent International Film and Media Arts Festival.
A wide range of films, discussions, and more aspires to get audiences thinking and talking about society, culture, and—this year—technology.
There’s still something likable about Lawrence.
Her tone suggests that she still finds it hard to believe that the project happened at all.