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Will Smith and Eddie Murphy come back strong, Meryl Streep...
We all still pay for"The Shipment"
Four good ones at VIFF take us to The Vatican, India, the...
From China to VIFF: Cinéma Virtualité
Smile with the Joker, at VIFF grieve along with Daughter...
Please touch the artwork
Your numerology cycles October 1–15
Canada: Leaders in Diversity and Excellence at the American...
Wishful thinking in motion
At VIFF, new work by Juliette Binoche, Belgium’s Dardenne...
New films with Annette Bening, Isabelle Huppert and Helen Mirren, one of them not so good
And new and old films in a series for Black History Month
Feb 1st, 2018
Looking towards the weekend with a few more film picks at VIFF
Including whimsy from Agnès Varda, cynicism from Michael Haneke and a startling transgender actor
Oct 5th, 2017
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
God, Angels and Science are Big this Week But a Black and White Award Winner Outdoes them All
Fear and trouble in a German village may or may not foreshadow fascism but it makes for a compelling movie. The White Ribbon is the best of this week’s very diverse offerings. (Read more)
Jan 22nd, 2010
God, Angels, and Science are Big this Week but a Black and White Award Winner Outdoes them All
In two separate movies this week, Paul Bettany turns against God. He’s an angel refusing his orders in one, and Charles Darwin writing to demote him in the other. Maybe you prefer Harrison Ford as a r
Jan 22nd, 2010