Her story is now the stuff of legend.
The filmmaker's intention was to present the audience with a difficult character whose self-destructive impulses might trigger repulsion in some viewers and empathy in others.
A Punjabi-Canadian family finally confronts the abuse inside its own home.
It’s more chilling than The Godfather, grislier than Goodfellas, and all true.
The famously enigmatic (and cranky) legend tells you everything you wanted to know, and some things you didn’t.
In order to deal with the subject matter authentically, the project took almost a decade to complete.
Vancouver's incomparable Documentary Film Festival announces its 2019 program.
The Québécois film Une Colonie/A Colony walked off with the Canadian Screen Award for the year’s best motion picture.
Carmen Aguirre and Taran Kootenhayoo join an ensemble cast in filmmaker Carolyn Combs’s sweet love letter to East Van.
His golden-throated instruments have drawn clients including Lou Reed, Patti Smith, and Bob Dylan.
Keith Berhman's film nails our cultural moment with its tale of three high-schoolers abruptly seized by sexual and gender personas in revolt.
"What we’re trying to do with this festival is break through these silly clichés," says David Chudnovsky.