Director Sean Anders drew on his own life for the big-screen story.
New film documents star's career and a legendary character.
The actor sits down with the Straight to discuss his second film behind the camera.
With his friends in Beyond Boarding, Campos hits the frontlines of environmental resistance.
Julia Kwan's "The Zoo" is one of the locally-made shorts arriving at this year's festival.
Once again, the public is going to be exposed to some seriously great cinema.
Roberta Grossman's documentary looks at a historical archive of incomparable importance
The Riverdale veteran makes a huge impression in Carly Stone's racy comedy.
Rob Stewart's colleagues recall a man bent on instilling hope, despite the carnage in our oceans.
Screening at 7:15 p.m. on Friday (October 19), Breaking the Limits is a certified crowd pleaser about triathlete Jerzy Górski, a national hero in Poland who overcame extreme drug addiction and a crippling road accident to become world double Ironman champion in 1990.
Windy Borman talks about telling the stories of the cannabis industry "Puffragettes".
Launched by Iranian-Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari, it works with street artists to raise awareness about human rights and the denial of higher education to Baha'is in Iran.
Climate change, terraforming, techno-fossils—welcome to the Anthropocene Epoch.
Here are our picks for best new theatre, where to get the led out, and the best reason to beat up Vancouver.
The path to a demented masterpiece begins in a Victoria market.
Guess who is currently ripping around heaven in a black Trans Am?
Screened in countries including Germany and France as well as Canada, the success of the experience is made all the more remarkable because of its length.
VLAFF is all grown up! We pick five of the best from this year's program.
Bubbling below the film's sumptuous surface is a story all too familiar to Western-raised people of colour: one of identity and assimilation.
The three-minute short pays homage to the lives of his grandparents.
An extraordinary work of docu-fiction arrives courtesy of VLAFF's spotlight on Andean cinema.
Nine-part series focuses on Toronto’s flourishing basketball scene
The iconoclastic fashion giant is remembered in this extravagant and affecting portrait.
... And he's using a white DeLorean to do it.
"I'm called a libtard all the time," says the iconic director.