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Your numerology cycles March 16–31
Three women lead off a long line-up of new movies in town
Pixar’s new one, Onward, new laughs from Greed and a new...
Your numerology cycles March 1–15
Ordinary Love, superb, three superior Canadian films and...
The Call of the Wild re-made again, a festival of strong...
Your numerology cycles February 15–29
Fantasmes à bout de souffle
Pixar’s new one, Onward, new laughs from Greed and a new Emma from Jane Austen
And much more: Ben Affleck back from the bar, Ken Loach slams the gig economy, a tri-nation scarefest and a pair of enigmatic art films
Mar 6th, 2020
New VIFF picks: Modern work by Ken Loach, hot for teacher in England and a bad dad in Iran
Also safe cryptocurrency explained, I think
Sep 30th, 2019
Flashy adventure with the Guardians, corrosive poverty for Daniel Blake, Vancouver’s housing crisis on screen
Also America’s original celebrity chef and a crime that shakes two families
May 4th, 2017
VIFF picks for Monday and Tuesday
There’s droll and oddball humor in the popular Dutch film Matterhorn
Sep 30th, 2013
VIFF picks: Amour, The Minister, No Job for a Woman and The Angels’ Share
In No Job for a Woman, women changed war reporting for decades to come.
Oct 8th, 2012
Midnight’s Children by Deepa Mehta and Salman Rushdie is this year’s VIFF opener
Midnight’s Children revives the magic and the painful history of India.
Sep 5th, 2012