Director Larysa Kondracki's The Whistleblower is a powerful film based on a true story, about a Nebraska police officer who moves to Bosnia to work as a peacekeeper after the Bosnian war and stumbles upon a human-trafficking ring, corruption, and a major cover-up amidst the United Nation contingents and private contractors.
City of Life and Death at the Vancity Theatre
“Described as the Chinese Schindler's List, this searing wartime epic relates the horrific story of the siege of Nanking in 1937, when Japanese forces slaughtered thousands of civilians. Powerful material inevitably, but subject matter that seems to have inspired the filmmakers to reach for the pinnacle of their art.
Meek's Cutoff hits Vancouver theatres is May
Don't watch a trailer, don't read a review, and don't listen to what your friends have to say about this movie, just go see it.
Canadian Film A Wake comes to Vancouver
The award winning film A Wake tells the story of six former members of a once renowned theatre company who come together for the wake of their infamous director, Gabor Zazlov (Nicholas Campbell).
Sundance of the North
This December the Whistler Film Festival marked its 10th anniversary, screening over 80 films from around the world.
Love Shines on the extraordinary Ron Sexsmith
Director Douglas Arrowsmith talks to us about his new film Love Shines.
You've got to wonder about trailers.
Scott Pilgrim vs The World
This is a fantastic film. One of the most surprising films of the year so far.
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel