Film

Festival Cinemas' screenings for SEVA threatened by Consumer Protection "bullying"

Festival Cinemas president Leonard Schein says Consumer Protection BC is obstructing charity screenings and bullying independent cinemas in the name of regulation.

21 Jump Street delivers great laughs at SXSW

At the SXSW Festival in Austin, 21 Jump Street stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum win over crowds with self-deprecating humour.

Actor Alexander Ludwig says Hunger Games discourages violence

The Hunger Games' Alexander Ludwig talked about his favorite spots in Vancouver, BC, and about the controversy of teenage violence in the movie.

Wide Angle Media, an international disability film festival, at Roundhouse

Wide Angle Media Festival runs its first edition today to showcase the works of both Canadian and international filmmakers with disabilities.

Crowd-funding jumpstarts indie filmmaking

Guardian "angels": Why crowd-funding is the new, net-savvy way indie filmmakers are getting investments for their work and for their dreams.

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy: DVD/BLU RAY review

Gary Oldman stars in a new and compelling adaptation of John Le Carre’s classic cold war thriller.

SXSW Film 2012 Award Winners

The SXSW Film Festival has announced its award winners.

Top Vancouver Events March 14-20: bus flashmob, DIY and yoga

This week's top events include the intriguing Maker Faire, billed as "the greatest show and tell on Earth". The Electro Swing Club is back with their monthly sassy event. Missed the last one? Read...

Melancholia: DVD/BLU-RAY Review

Lars Von Trier's latest film sees Kirsten Dunst colliding with marriage at the end of the world.

Film reviews: John Carter, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen and Silent House

The easygoing lure of romance, Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt in Salmon Fishing in the Yemen