A good Nazi? An award-winning film from Germany, playing today at the Vancouver International Film Festival, nominates John Rabe.
Robert’s rating: Thumbs up. Poetic. Ahh, 1818. An exquisite year for the characters in Bright Star and masterfully rendered both visually and atmospherically for the audience by...
The Vancouver Observer sits down with Paul Saltzman, director of Prom Night in Mississippi.
VO: Could you tell us a little about yourself as a filmmaker? DH: I didn't intend to go in to film at all. I was more interested in science and space. But I found that it was very compelling...
The Vancouver Observer asks Peter Esmonde a few questions about his film Trimpin: The Sound of Invention.
The prom was a blast. How it came about is a complex story showing today at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
A gorgeous celebration of travel is one of the discoveries you can make today at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
Family tales, some grim, some happy, and one by Francis Ford Coppola, are big today at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
How're ya gonna keep 'em in Lytton when they've seen Vancouver? A familiar story plays today at The Vancouver International Film Festival.
The Vancouver's Wendy Dallian talks with director Philip Lyall about his moving film 65_RedRoses.