Film

You All are Captains: a film on filmmaking with Moroccan children

You All are Captains recounts the experiences of an European director teaching filmmaking to a group of disadvantaged children in Morocco.

The House and Conceiving Family represent great work by women filmmakers

Desiree Lim’s supernatural thriller and Amy Bohigian’s documentary on same-sex adoption speak to any demographic, Vancouverites included.

Vancouver Women in Film Festival celebrates a new kind of chick flick

From documentaries to animation to live-action films, local and international, VWIFF has something for everyone on the ticket.

The Oscars - Live blog

8:36 - Wow. A bittersweet evening for the team behind Hugo, which cleaned up in the first half, but watched the Best Picture win go to The Artist.  An enormous feat for a black-and-white,...

It's a wonderful time for the Oscars

It's been an underwhelming year for movies, but the Muppets will increase the ratings.

Film Review: The Gold Rush and The Wages of Fear

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

Irish Americans shine at Academy Awards pre-ceremony, the Oscar Wildes

The green carpet was laid out at Bad Robot production company in Santa Monica, California last Thursday evening for the most prestigious pre-Oscar award ceremony in Hollywood. The Oscar Wildes...

Jennifer Aniston's Wanderlust and hockey flick Goon: movie reviews

Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd join some free-lovin’ modern day hippies in Wanderlust, while hockey enforcers get the spotlight in Goon.

Oscar winners predictions based on Facebook and twitter mentions: infographic

The Artist and Hugo are favored to win Best Picture at the Oscars, but Facebook and Twitter suggest that The Help has far more buzz, according to social media mentions.

Academy Award predictions: The Artist versus Hugo for Best Picture

Martin Scorsese’s Hugo is the main challenger to The Artist for the the Best Picture award at this year's Oscars.