VIFF

The blockbuster Japanese import took the Roger's People's Choice Award as this year's fest wrapped up.
Like Tada's service, the film tries to do a little bit of everything.
These films raise interesting questions about what is becoming of our city.
This film is more influenced by Bollywood storytelling than Indian art-house films.
Acclaimed Chinese director Zhang Yimou takes his cues from Chinese weepies.
Ann Hui's dedicated and reverent efforts are evident in this sprawling biopic.
This film is an insightful, riveting look at our ability to embrace or fear risk as part of life.
This one is solely for those seeking to explore cinema outside narrative conventions.
It's the moment that VIFF-goers have been waiting for.
There appears to be an opportunity for the Vancouver International Film Festival to recognize.