The Children Are Watching Us
The PuSH Film Series brings this early work by Vittorio De Sica and screenwriter Cesare Zavattini, about the disintegration of a family in Mussolini’s Italy, to the Vancity Theatre on Sunday (January 20).
Declining to let America off the hook following the Second World War, Leo Hurwitz’s 1948 documentary uncovered the seeds of fascism at home. Catch a rare screening at the Vancity Theatre on Sunday (January 20).
The Silent Partner
In celebration of the great Daryl Duke, the Cinematheque pairs this classic tax-shelter heist flick with the Vancouver filmmaker’s fine adaptation of I Heard the Owl Call My Name, on Monday (January 21).