Film

William F. White celebrates 50 years of shaping film and TV

William F. White and Comweb chairman Paul Bronfman on lasting business partnerships and the future of Vancouver’s film and television industry.

Meet Shiamak Davar, the man behind the splendor of Times of India Film Awards

How does one create a spectacular show for the world to see when the performers aren't trained professionals? For Shiamak Davar, anything is possible.
Karl Mattson wears a gas mask.

A two-headed calf, sour gas leaks and a mysterious pipeline bombing

Trouble In The Peace, directed by Julian T. Pinder, tells the story of Peace River residents affected by gas leaks as they fight to make their voices heard.

The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of the 2013 Oscars

Seth MacFarlane was a superb host, but the overall ceremony was lacking.

Life of Pi wins big at Oscars, bringing focus on plight of visual effects artists

Despite the four Oscars, workers at a renown visual effects studio face an uncertain future in film.

Snitch, Dark Skies, West of Memphis, Crazy Horse and Detropia: reviews

An infamous miscarriage of justice gets a fourth movie and startling new facts

Short films, live art and a fountain of chocolate at Crazy 8s screening gala

The event showcases six new short films that were created by some of Vancouver’s talented up-and-coming filmmakers. The films range from noir thrillers, to dramatic comedies and science fiction.

Safe Haven, Beautiful Creatures, Die Hard and the made-in-Vancouver Escape from Planet Earth

Romance in the sun and occasionally rain, in Safe Haven, the latest film from a Nicholas Sparks novel.

I Am Nasrine is a great rendition of a common theme

At times the film has remarkable subtlety, and at others, it is in-your-face emotional.