Film

The Bechdel test exposes sexism in movies

Ever wonder why even movies with strong female leads feel unrealistic? The Bechdel test, a bulls*it detector for sexism in film, explains why.

The Wolverine is murky, The To Do List is all about sex and Crystal Fairy is too airy

Hugh Jackman is back in his most famous role: the Alberta-born Marvel Comics mutant Wolverine.

Vancouver's Camille Mitchell earns industry acclaim for festival gem

Vancouver actor Camille Mitchell can add acclaimed filmmaker to her resume, as her award-winning film "A Mother's Love" takes the festival circuit by storm. The short, which was a winning...

Silly fun in White House Down; a thinker’s ordeal for Hannah Arendt and an intriguing premise in Blood Pressure

Channing Tatum was a model and a dancer. Now he’s an action star in White House Down.

Vancouver's Juan Riedinger Takes Home Two Leo Awards

Multi-award winning actor Juan Riedinger can add two new wins to his resume; taking home two Leo Awards at this year's awards ceremony. Juan won 'Best Performance in a Youth or...

19 Zwart Straat: a short film for the broken-hearted

The latest short film from Vancouver director Machete Cortez, a short film noir for the broken-hearted.

William F. White to purchase Vancouver company Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd.

William F. White International, Canada’s largest film and television equipment provider, is expected to purchase Vancouver-based company, Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd., which houses one of the...

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.