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.
Some of the best films today at the Vancouver International Film Festival are about women. And what a diverse lot they are. (Read more)
Take a quick world tour with my choices for today at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
And think a bit about money too.
I was born in Canada. My parents are Pakistani. I wasn't raised Muslim in a very strict way. My parents identified as Muslim and that was always something in the back of my mind, but we weren't an ext
Today I had the great pleasure of speaking with director/poet Geranaz Moussavi, about her debut feature film, My Tehran for Sale, a poignant and unique look at life within the largest city in Iran....
Some good. Some not so good. Reviews of VIFF by Volkmar Richter.
Just as the Vancouver Film Festival gets started some big competitors set up in the regular theaters, including a schlubby American and a pudgy Brit. (Read more) CAPITALISM: A LOVE STORY: Michael...
Some are great, and some are losers. What to see? Volkmar Richter's short reviews.