Is there anything 41-year-old composer can’t do?
From a Japanese tale of misfits to a black-and-white masterpiece about Mexico City, here are the films that impressed one Georgia Straight critic.
Directors continued to mess with genre this year, upending westerns, historical dramas, and horror movies with abandon.
This year we’ve witnessed a cultural purge hitting a grand awakening colliding with a collapsing/reconstituting entertainment industry. Here are 10 things that came out the other end.
A young documentarian brings his warm take on the DTES to the Italian Film Festival.
Ambivalence to theatres? Netflix demanded the optimal experience for the Vancity's presentation of its most prestigious title.
A strong lineup of new releases and festival goodies should keep us in the theatre surrounded by other not-virtual humans.
It’s the regular folk captured by Taylor’s camera who arguably make the biggest impression. The filmmaker was especially moved by her interview with Ellie Brett, a barber and ex-con living in Miami.
Local standup comedian Richard Lett lost an upwardly mobile career to alcoholism and drug abuse, which a doc captures in gruesome detail, rock bottom included.
The annual event rolls into its second week at the Cinematheque with a whack of great titles.
We recommend three titles from the first week, including opening night feature Mademoiselle Paradis.
Uwe Boll opens up in director Sean Patrick Shaul's charmingly named film, Fuck You All