Also: how propaganda really works, an old man’s dreams of space travel and this year’s film noir opener
Documentaries are your best bet this weekend. DOXA, which is on through Sunday, still has fine films playing like Iris (the last one by Albert Maysles), and Drone and Orion (both of which I reviewed...
And watch for an oddball rock and roll story in Frank.
Vancouver- based filmmakers and producers Sharron Bates and Carmen Klotz had found the story of their dreams when they worked together on the movie Lace Bite, shown at the Vancouver Queer...
Guardian "angels": Why crowd-funding is the new, net-savvy way indie filmmakers are getting investments for their work and for their dreams.
From documentaries to animation to live-action films, local and international, VWIFF has something for everyone on the ticket.
Summer is still far away, but there's already a potential blockbuster in the theatres. And it's got lots of fast cars.
The smug look, that chin. It’s Brian Mulroney by comedian Rick Miller, and in an opera yet? Is this a joke? (Read more).
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never is like a backstage pass to hang out with the most famous Canadian on earth. (read more)
September 30 marks the opening day of the 29th Vancouver International Film Festival. This year there are 359 films in total, from 80 countries.