David Marriott

David Marriott is a Vancouver-based filmmaker and aspiring moving-image archivist. He is also a co-founder of Montreal’s Black and White Film Foundation. 

Film Review: Directed By Alfred Hitchcock at Pacific Cinémathèque

Pacific Cinémathèque delivers a Hitchcock retrospective embracing both the big and the little screen.

Georges Méliès at Pacific Cinemathèque: A Trip to the Moon and The Extraordinary Voyage

Pacific Cinémathèque highlights legendary silent film pioneer Georges Méliès.

Film Review: Robert Bresson Retrospective at the Pacific Cinémathèque

Pacific Cinémathèque offers a rare opportunity to see the complete films of legendary French auteur director Robert Bresson.

Film Review: The Gold Rush and The Wages of Fear

The Pacific Cinémathèque scores with a delightful Gold Rush/Wages of Fear double bill.

Film Review: We Need to Talk About Kevin

We Need to Talk About Kevin is a striking portrayal of grief and guilt. From the novel by Lionel Shriver, Lynne Ramsay creates an elegantly composed and thought provoking film.

Film Review: The Pipe

Documentary offers a first-hand insight into the complications, setbacks and triumphs of a collective citizens’ protest.

Film Review: Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story

Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story (2010) | Director: Peter Miller | trailer | website The glow of Baseball nostalgia burns brightly in the United States; the national “love of the game” is...

Film Review: The Names of Love

The Names of Love (2010) | Director: Michel Leclerc | trailer | website Michel Leclerc’s The Names of Love, screening Sunday as part of the Vancouver Jewish Film Festival, is a comedy about genocide...

Film Review: Bride Flight

Bride Flight (2008) | Director: Ben Somboggart | trailer | website In the canon of post-WWII, “coming of age in the fifties” films, Ben Sombogaart’s Bride Flight, screening this Saturday as part of...