Canadian films

The Iron Lady, A Dangerous Method, Beauty and the Beast in 3D, Contraband

Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher. Should we celebrate?

Enbridge, broken homes, Emily Carr and Frida Kahlo:Canadian films to watch at the VIFF

There's plenty of Canadian content to watch for at this year's Vancouver International Film Festival. A documentary that exposes the dangers of the Enbridge Northern Gateway project, a film that...

Films worth seeing this weekend at VIFF

Patrick Huard learns about family, growing up and fatherhood in Starbuck, the hit film from Quebec, screening at VIFF.

Horrible Bosses, Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop, Zookeeper, Small Town Murder Songs and more

Recognize this actor playing one of the Horrible Bosses? To find out who he is and how the movie plays, read more.

Transformers Dark of the Moon, Larry Crowne, The Mountie and a Czech retrospective

The shapeshifting toys are back in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, one of the biggest movies of the summer but a blow to history. (read more)

Hanna, Arthur, Soul Surfer, Winter in Wartime and two small Canadian films, The Bend and The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom

Another week with many choices, including both real and fantastic problems of teenagers, a not so happy drunk and two films with strong B.C. connections. Here's the list: Hanna  4 stars Arthur...

Incendies, Another Year, No Strings Attached, and more, plus a new film festival

Incendies is one of two exceptional films newly arrived this week. It’s our hope for the Oscars. (Read more).

Hereafter, Paranormal Activity 2, Score: A Hockey Musical, Stone, Conviction and Tales From The Golden Age

In Hereafter, Matt Damon already knows more about what happens after we die than that new book he’s reading. Does the film enlighten us? (Read more)

Nanny McPhee, Mesrine, Joan Rivers and seven other new films open

Nanny McPhee Returns starring Emma Thomson just may be the best new film this week. It’s good fun for both kids and nostalgic adults. (read more)

Paul Gross is hardly gunless, Brendan Fraser meets some furry vengeance and Coca Cola stands accused

A Canadian western brings Paul Gross to B.C.while Brendan Fraser battles a wily raccoon in Oregon. (read more)