This year's annual cinematic celebration known as the Vancouver International Film Festival will take place both online and in theatres October 1 to October1.
In addition to film screenings, there are also talks, conferences, and online performances to tune into.
The full program can be viewed at the VIFF website while our collection of news, views, and reviews are below, with more to come as the festival continues.
VIFF Oct 8
Inuk journalist and filmmaker Ossie Michelin spent two years gathering footage in a part of the country that few Canadians visit. VIFF Oct 6
The UBC prof's film showcases the challenges faced by dispossessed youths in the country where he was born. Music Oct 6
You've gotta have balls VIFF Oct 4
The event takes place online on October 8. VIFF Oct 3
The National Film Board production will have two live screenings at the Vancouver International Film Festival. VIFF Oct 2
Métis filmmaker Terril Calder's new animated short deserves to become a classic. VIFF Sep 30
Director Tyson Sadler demonstrates how travellers can improve the countries they visit. VIFF Sep 29
The Vancouver International Film Festival will present the world premiere of a documentary about a bunch of Metro Vancouver basketball whiz kids. VIFF Sep 29
The film screens as part of VIFF on October 2 and 3. VIFF Sep 29
Filmmakers Gloria Pancrazi and Elena Jean didn’t start out to make a feature-length documentary about B.C.’s southern resident orcas when they first met in 2017. VIFF Sep 29
Tan Chui Mui directed the film, which she also stars in alongside Pete Teo and Bront Palare. VIFF Sep 29
The film screens as part of the Vancouver International Film Festival.