Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) kicked off with an opening gala party last night while outside unions carried on with protests. In the crowd were Jeen Sung from the Queer Film Festival...
Take a look on film participating at the 30th Vancouver International Film Festival.
Volkmar Richter’s best bets for Thurs and Friday at VIFF include a Mordecai Richler tale, a riot that produced gay pride, a sexy ballet and some good old gospel music. (Read more)
September 30 marks the opening day of the 29th Vancouver International Film Festival. This year there are 359 films in total, from 80 countries.
Robert Duvall shows again that he is one of the movies' best actors. In Get Low he stars in a modern folk tale about a man who wants to attend his own funeral. (read more)
The Vancouver Observer's Wendy Dallian sits down with Ryan Ward to talk about his VIFF film, Son of the Sunshine.
There are still very good films debuting (or repeating) these last two days at the Vancouver International Film Festival. (Read more)
A good Nazi? An award-winning film from Germany, playing today at the Vancouver International Film Festival, nominates John Rabe.
The Vancouver Observer sits down with Paul Saltzman, director of Prom Night in Mississippi.
VO: Could you tell us a little about yourself as a filmmaker? DH: I didn't intend to go in to film at all. I was more interested in science and space. But I found that it was very compelling...