Vancouver's annual showcase for documentary films from across the country and around the world, DOXA Documentary Film Festival, is undergoing a period of transition, which includes some changes to its staff.
The esoteric allure of outdoor and extreme adventure film is captured in three B.C.-made shorts premiering at this year’s Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival.
The 2018 edition of the Hot Docs film festival will emphasize documentaries from Europe and Mexico, in a time of global change.
Entries must be under 30 minutes – the shorter the better. Drama, comedy, animation, documentary, sci-fi, horror, music video and experimental are all eligible
Festival Brings Retro Flicks Back to the Big Screen. Line-up includes Back to the Future, The Big Lebowski, Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D, A View to a Kill, Dune, Drunken Master, Shaun of the Dead and more
Piers Handling, Director & CEO of TIFF, today announced the appointment of Andréa Grau to the role of Vice President, Public Relations and Corporate Affairs, effective February 5, 2018.
This year's festival also showcases the TBFF Black Market which includes a Panel Discussion with Filmmakers, a Masterclass with film producers, as well as a Tribute and Workshop with Emmy-winning Casting Director Robi Reed (BET).
Here in B.C., female filmmakers have a strong and very timely ally in the Vancouver Short Film Festival. Of the 37 films in this year’s program 14 of those have female directors at the helm.
Sundance taps 11 Canadian films, two VR works; Slamdance picks 8 Canadian movies
The Toronto Black Film Festival - TBFF, founded by the Fabienne Colas Foundation and presented by TD Bank in collaboration with Global News, will kick start it's 6th edition with the Canadian Premiere of Nancy Buirski's documentary feature The Rape of Recy Taylor on Wednesday, February 14 – 7:30PM at Isabel Bader Theatre.