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Three VIFF picks for Monday including the funniest film in the festival

A bride has just learned a shocking truth about her new husband in the laugh riot Wild Tales

Ida relives history, John Hamm seeks a Million Dollar Arm and Godzilla stomps again

Also this week is Belle, a classy drama about fighting bigotry and slavery in 18th century England.

Vancouver's The Travel Guys to air in Canada

They've gotten up close and personal with panda bears in Xian, China, snorkeled along the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, and dressed as samurai warriors in Osaka, Japan. All in a days work for...

Same-sex marriages 'should be valid,' law to change: Justice minister

Ottawa blames Liberals, vows to change Canada's marriage laws after government lawyers argue that up to 5,000 same-sex marriages invalid.

UK rioters face "swift justice"

"Two people already jailed for their part in last night's disorder – swift justice," Greater Manchester Police tweeted. Reportedly, the two men have been sentenced 10 and 16 weeks for public order...

The royal newlyweds' tour prompts memories of Charles and Diana

Prince William and Kate Middleton's Canadian tour invokes memories of when another prince brought his young bride to this country.

Why do we care about the Royal Wedding?

When are we "commoners" going to learn to shower ourselves with love, respect and admiration?

Jane Eyre, Certified Copy, Sucker Punch, West is West, Curling, Hobo With a Shotgun

She's already played Alice of Wonderland fame. Now Mia Wasikowska shines as Jane Eyre. (read more)

Dan Mangan returns to the UK

This week sees the return of Dan Mangan to the British shores. It was only a few months ago when Dan was here spending the warm, British summer nights performing in Glastonbury fields and celebrating...

Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant hit the mark with CEMETERY JUNCTION

It's about the struggle to crack the mold and break away to a better life.