Vancouver Film Industry

A foul mouthed teddy bear, Swedish humour, a Kiwi western and an Indian 'Godfather'

Reviews of 'Ted 2', 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence', 'Slow West' and 'Gangs of Wasseypur'

Special-effects studio scouts local film schools for talent

Hollywood's come calling. Are we ready?

Same Planet, Different Worlds. The 29th Vancouver International Film Festival.

September 30 marks the opening day of the 29th Vancouver International Film Festival. This year there are 359 films in total, from 80 countries.

Socializing with the Celluloid Social Club

Paul Armstrong is one of those entrepreneurs who creates something not just as a business venture, but to better his community as a whole. It was both insightful and inspiring to hear what he had...

There's a Monster coming to Vancouver

"It was a funny story that came into my head one day and I thought about some of the contradictions in life: what we think is scary, what we perceive as scary, and what the reality is," Monster direct

Will Sasso is back in Canada with Year of the Carnivore

"I remember finishing the script and calling my manager and just saying, 'Wow, this is really fucked up. We should do it...'"

Aleks Paunovic on Acting, Directing, and Creating the Life You Want

"There have been a lot of Vancouver actors landing fantastic roles on big name local projects. This city is flooded with amazingly talented actors," says Aleks Paunovic, star of The Hostage. "Battlest