Vancouver's only Italian Film Festival is distinguished once again by its thoughtful curation.
Britain’s woes return the doc series to the more sociopolitical tenor of earlier episodes, although a warmth prevails in the end.
"She is at various times a very transgressive and extremely challenging and fucking tough-as-nails filmmaker.”
One in seven girls in Canada will leave school this week due to a lack of feminine products
Nicholas Treeshin's film peers through the membrane between material reality and the supernatural.
Surely, it’s rule number one for any screenwriter: keep it simple!
A production unit from Vancouver spent two years in and out of Pyongyang to make this vital doc
Stunt professional Kirk Caouette has produced a darkly poetic vigilante flick.
It took 10 years for S.B. Edwards to make a movie that captures a certain Vancouver subculture right now.
It was her third honour in four years, but Camille Sullivan was still surprised by her UBCP/ACTRA best actress win.
Bruno Ganz plays the father of psychoanalysis in one of this year's better offerings.
The actor reflects on his 40-plus years of playing the golden protocol droid in his new book.