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Films about art and artists with Emily Dickenson, Cézanne...
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Political lobbyists in America, a French woman re-building her life and two critical swipes at China
Also serious music for a rough neighborhood in Brazil in The Violin Teacher
Dec 8th, 2016
A true newsroom horror, a wartime horror exposed and comic relief in music
Also Tatiana Maslany and her real-life boyfriend in a bi-polar romance
Dec 1st, 2016
Manchester by the Sea, superb; plus the return of Warren Beatty and some girl power from Disney
Also: Brad and Marion get together in Allied, Amy and Jake ponder Nocturnal Animals and Bad Santa spawns a sequel
Nov 24th, 2016
Before Harry Potter, before the Supreme Court and a better teen comedy filmed in Surrey
Also an unusual musical, a recycled orchestra, a real estate rebel and the Canadian filmmakers who fooled NASA
Nov 18th, 2016
Amy Adams does sci fi in Arrival, plus other women’s stories Our Little Sister and The Eagle Huntress
Also the refugee crisis in Fire at Sea and lurid scenes with The Handmaiden
Nov 11th, 2016
Masculine power tales in Doctor Strange, Hacksaw Ridge and Moonlight
Also Trolls, great for kids; Tower, notes on a mass shooting; Spa Night, two strains of male identity and Lavender, a Canadian Gothic
Nov 3rd, 2016
Tom Hanks on the run in Inferno and BC progress and tradition in Koneline
Also Demon updating a Jewish myth and Miss Hokusai explaining a Japanese icon
Oct 27th, 2016
New action with Tom Cruise, our Academy Awards hopeful and the return of a classic
And much more: two glimpses inside North Korea, a cool Canadian film, a cameraperson’s scrapbook and Ewan McGregor’s shaky debut as a director
Oct 20th, 2016
An unusual Accountant, a portrait of American Honey and some animated girl power
Also Martin Sheen as a priest, Carol Shields’ last novel now a movie and a BC award winner called Violent
Oct 14th, 2016
Seven new VIFF picks take us to dramas in Massachusetts, Paris and Belgium
… and then on to Hollywood, Italy, Hong Kong and more
Oct 11th, 2016