The real-life couple survived outsider status and a coma to bring their story to the screen.
Reflecting the world she knows, the filmmaker filled her desert cannibal epic with characters who aren’t just simple heroes and villains.
Uninterrupted makes a splash with underwater cinematography, music, and sound at Coopers' Park
Living in Vancouver and hailing from the Kainai First Nation in southern Alberta, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers has seen two different sides of Canada’s fentanyl crisis.
Her latest character, Megan Leavey, is a punchy misfit with anger issues.
A deliciously cruel portrait of middle-class narcissism is among our picks for the Vancouver Turkish Film Festival.
The 11th annual edition returns to the Vancity Theatre from Friday to Sunday (June 9 to 11) with another smartly curated batch of films.
Hello Destroyer continued its award-winning run at Sunday's celebration of the best in BC film and TV
Vancouver's Dr. Gabor Maté describes ayahuasca as an “antidote to western psychological distress and cultural alienation”.
The spokesperson, Nural Sumbultepe, says the movies explore cultural, social, and political issues, giving a voice to minorities, women, and workers.