This story gets dark. Very dark.
Did Canadians design these symbols, or did these symbols design modern Canada?
Debra Granik senses a little wish fulfillment in her film's tale of life off the grid.
The Vancouver Taiwanese Film Festival returns to the Vancity Theatre for its 12th year.
Metamorphosis presents a seductive invitation to consider the transformative possibilities offered by the environmental emergency we face.
Blistering in the sun isn’t everyone’s bag, especially with so much sweet on-screen action hitting the arthouses and multiplexes this summer.
You're forgiven if you're confused about the current status of the Rio Theatre.
Director Chris Windsor finally breaks his silence on one of our all-time favourites.
Writer-director Ari Aster taps grief and family trauma to produce the most disturbing horror flick we’ve seen in years.
“This is the first film I’ve made where the subject isn’t very happy.”
Australian author Saroo Brierley’s story would be hard to believe were it not so well-documented.
Seeing bad films is a part of any festival experience, though it was a small part of the bargain during Cannes 2018, where only two of the 24 movies our writer saw were outright bombs.
The four-day event will be headlined by the Western Canadian premiere of Hereditary, a buzzed-about horror flick from director Ari Aster.
No other screening has felt like ground zero for a film that—uneven and imperfect, to be certain—carried the weight of something more than a movie.
The actor-turned-director gives Cannes what it wants.
This year's event kicks off with an iffy opener, an eight hour masterpiece, and the traditional brouhaha.
"I’m totally okay to have a career that’s based on vengeance and rage.”
It’s all there in the title.
The 89-year-old artist achieved celebrity despite a difficult childhood, mental illness, and the deeply ingrained prejudices of the art world.
The new documentary is full of vivid moments from Vancouver’s past as it tells the story of the rabble-rousing lawyer and long-time Vancouver city councillor.
Along with the Press Play and Quietude spotlights, this year's DOXA Documentary Film Festival also includes the Embedded with Extremists series.
Here's how Sonic Youth, Meat Puppets, and Minutemen (among others) made history at a low budget festival in the California desert.
Booming film industry aside, Vancouverites all too seldom see their own stories on the big screen.
Director Andrew Haigh's character-driven approach is what convinced the actor to saddle up.
The most striking thing about his performance is its stillness.