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Anomalisa Review | VIFF 2015

Charlie Kaufman is one of America’s preeminent writers of existentialism and nearly all other forms of humanity. Anomalisa is another example of Kaufman’s look into the droll life of a man, but with his usual quirks and outlooks on love and infidelity added in. 713 more words


Chevalier Review | VIFF 2015

Greek cinema has started a small, but powerful movement in film satire. As I mentioned in my review for The Lobster, Yorgos Lanthimos, and… 725 more words


Dheepan Review | VIFF 2015

Jacques Audiard has created visceral, yet deep films that stay with you. He first came to worldwide attention with the intense A Prophet – an effective and heart-wrenching film about the underworld of prison and it’s corruption on humanity. 635 more words


VIFF - The Royal Tailor

What I love most about the Vancouver International Film Festival is that it exposes me to films I normally wouldn’t go see. I was treated to a date with my fellow blogger… 172 more words


VIFF 2015 Review: Reel Youth Film Festival

I’ve been to the Reel Youth Film Festivals of 2013 and 2014. I went to this Year’s Reel Youth Film Festival to see what they had to offer. 671 more words

Entertainment - Film And Movies

VIFF Repeats Screening at Vancity Theatre this October

Missed a VIFF screening of a film you really wanted to see? Don’t you worry because from October 10th to October 15th 2015 you can catch popular VIFF films at Vancity Theatre. 1,615 more words


VIFF 2015: Hou Hsiao-hsien's The Assassin

Part of my coverage of the 2015 Vancouver International Film Festival

If you wanted to design to film perfectly and specifically for me, it would probably be something like The Assassin. 1,647 more words