This is one of those films that is sure to go down in history as one of the epic masters of the time. Spielberg is at the top of his game with this beautiful film; bring tissue, lots of tissue.
Hugo is a must see for film buffs, especially if you're a fan of the early films of the 20s.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
You don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to know a Guy Ritchie film when you see one and this one, as usual, had his signature all over it.
Steven Spielberg teaming up with Peter Jackson to bring Tin Tin to the big screen was a brilliant idea.
With great anticipation, Director Kenneth Lonergan (You Can Count On Me, 2000) brings his brilliant new film, Margaret to theatres this fall.
Crush comes to VIFF
Director Matthew A. Brown talks about his edgy teen drama that's screening at VIFF as part of the “Do The Right Thing” series of short films.
To Make A Farm
Steve Suderman's brilliant film about today's movement of venturing into the business of farming is both moving and inspiring. The film follows the lives of five such people through the first seasons on the land. Can we avoid the mistakes of the past and create a future where self-sustainable living is a reality?
Bone Wind Fire
Director Jill Sharpe brings her new film, Bone Wind Fire to VIFF. A beautiful film that pays homage to three iconic artists, Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Emily Carr.
40 Days at Base Camp
Director Dianne Whelan's, 40 Days at Base Camp is a compelling story about the journey to the top of the Mount Everest from base camp to summit, and those who choose to take on this incredible task.