Fernando Meirelles' thriller "Blindness," the opener at Cannes earlier this year, performs a similar duty at the 27th edition of the Vancouver Film Festival on Thursday. Event bookends its 16-day run…
The 27th Vancouver Film Festival has unveiled the lineup for its Dragons & Tigers: The Cinemas of East Asia sidebar.
The Whistler Film Festival, which starts Thursday in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, is planning a Sundance-like film institute as part of its ambitious plan to become one of the world's top…
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Canuck English-language TV drama is disappearing as the country's private broadcasters spend a record amount on American content, according to the major Canuck actors' union.
Auds at the 25th Vancouver Film Festival voted helmer Greg Hamilton's docu "Mystic Ball," about Myanmar's obscure sport chinlone, as the most popular Canadian feature. Florian Henckel von…
On the Vancouver set of "Marriage," a neo-noir drama about love, deception and murder, it's supposed to be pouring rain as the young seductress Kay (Rachel McAdams) tells her adulterous older lover…
British Columbia's booming film industry has placed a record 53 home-brewed films in the Vancouver Film Festival's lineup. B.C. films include 10 features, four mid-length films and 39 shorts among…
The 25th Vancouver Film Festival will open its 16-day run on Sept. 28 with Pedro Almodovar's "Volver." The Spanish-language pic preemed at Cannes this year and will be centerpiece film at the New…
The Directors Guild of Canada's British Columbia branch has signed a three-year agreement with the province's producers, leaving the Union of B.C. Performers as the last major film and TV org here…
Women are not keeping pace with men in British Columbia's booming film and TV production industry, according to a study conducted for the B.C. Institute of Film Professionals.