VIFF

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.

Festival Cinemas president Leonard Schein brings more than great films to Vancouver

Festival Cinemas president Leonard Schein has helped shape Vancouver culture over the years, and sets an example for others by giving back to the community.

Acclaimed actor Gabrielle Rose reigns over this year's VIFF

Award-winning Canadian actor Gabrielle Rose took the 2011 Vancouver International Film Festival by storm, starring in 3 of the festival's films.

DJ Flipout, The Salt Building, and men in fedoras: Vancouver International Film Festival's 2011 closing party: slideshow

The 2011 Vancouver International Film Festival was wrapped up with a Casbah-themed party Saturday night at Vancouver's Salt building in the Olympic Village. The party was a fitting end to yet...

A few more recommended films for VIFF’s last three days, Wed., Thurs. and Fri.

The Kid With a Bike brings a deeply affecting finale to the 30th anniversary VIFF

Filmmaker Saul Landau on a mission: Unveiling the real terrorist

Documentary fimmaker Saul Landau in a candid interview a propos of his new film "Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up" on U.S. Policy and Cuba-US relations.

Films worth seeing this weekend at VIFF

Patrick Huard learns about family, growing up and fatherhood in Starbuck, the hit film from Quebec, screening at VIFF.

VIFF films highlight sex traffic, class conflict and...yoga?

At the Vancouver International Film Festival, a brave documentary unveils high profile criminal organizations and uncovers a government failing to protect sex crime victims. In another film, a woman...

Films to see at VIFF on Days 6 & 7: Wednesday and Thursday

A shocking miscarriage of justice is exposed in Give Up Tomorrow, possibly the strongest film this year at VIFF.

Films to see at VIFF on Days 5 & 6: Monday and Tuesday

Once again, coincidentally, documentaries take more recommendations than fiction these next two days. You can find Donald Trump, Wiebo Ludwig, a battered woman and some African street musicians....