Film

Top Vancouver Events: Aug 24 - 29

What would a weekend be like without dancing? Good thing you'll never have to find out. With BeeVancity, there is always dancing and a whole lot more. Here's our top picks of the week! Be sure to...

Top Vancouver Events: Aug 16-22

There's something special about outdoor events under the stars. Especially when it involves Bollywood dancing or Patrick Swayze! Read on for the best events to check out this week in Vancouver. Top...

Top Vancouver Events: Aug 10 - 15

It's going to be a scorcher. Escape the heat by taking in some of these indoor events, or if you love to have fun in the sun, there are a number of outdoor festivals worth checking out. Guaranteed...

Step Up Revolution is fun, Sholem Aleichem and Vito illuminate and a Hitchcock classic for just $1

Great dance sequences plus protest and romance enliven Step Up Revolution.

Top Vancouver Events: July 26-31 - Naked bike ride, Carribean Days and Grilled Cheese giveaway

It's time to watch the happy naked cyclists pass by, or better yet - you can be one of them. If that's not your cup of tea, you might be interested in free grilled cheese sandwiches. Yep, we can't...

The Dark Knight Rises and almost wows, Trishna fumbles a classic and Beasts of the Southern Wild may just be one

Christian Bale as The Dark Knight broods, sulks and finally swoops onto screens all over.

Through the Keyhole with Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin

An interview with Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin about his latest film, his cinematic influences and his creative process.

Independent film about Vancouver Whitecaps captain Jay DeMerit released on iTunes

Independent film looking at Vancouver Whitecaps captain finds success after initial struggle for funding.

The Amazing Spider-Man isn't amazing, Woody Allen fails and Katy Perry: Part of Me lacks the sexual gesture

New movies this week in Vancouver fail to excite fans, or this critic. Here's why.

Film Review: Directed By Alfred Hitchcock at Pacific Cinémathèque

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