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Why is it important to know who made your clothes? VIFF Presents ‘Traceable’ and ‘Handmade With Love in France’.
Community News / Documentaries / Events / News / Vancity Theatre

Why is it important to know who made your clothes? VIFF Presents ‘Traceable’ and ‘Handmade With Love in France’.

Why is it important to know who made your clothes? On April 24th we are featuring two films to showcase the need to know `Who Made My Clothes`. We start off with the Canadian film Traceable followed by a panel discussion moderated by Jane Cox of FUEL Vancouver. The second film is Handmade with Love … Continue reading

Interview With Jan Olson, Founder of Home at Last Dog Rescue for White God
Community News / Interviews / Membership Plus+ / News / News Blast / Vancity Theatre

Interview With Jan Olson, Founder of Home at Last Dog Rescue for White God

To raise awareness for homeless and abandoned dogs VIFF has partnered with Home at Last  dog rescue organization during the run of the film White God. Last Sunday, March 29th our Membership Coordinator Meagan Lum had the pleasure of meeting some of the team from the Home at Last dog rescue organization. The founder Jan Olson, along … Continue reading

CineCoup is Offering $1 Million in Financing & a Cineplex Release to One Filmmaking Team
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CineCoup is Offering $1 Million in Financing & a Cineplex Release to One Filmmaking Team

CineCoup is back with another $1 million in production financing and Cineplex release up for grabs! Canadian filmmaking teams from coast-to-coast have submitted their concept trailers and are now vying for top spot, but they can’t get there without your help. Support your favourite film projects by watching, sharing, rating and commenting on trailers at www.cinecoup.com. Check … Continue reading

Director David Robert Mitchell Talks the Mood of ‘It Follows,’ &  Building a Unique Horror Movie
Film Reviews / Guest Posts / Interviews / Vancity Theatre

Director David Robert Mitchell Talks the Mood of ‘It Follows,’ & Building a Unique Horror Movie

To go from the the naturalistic, black-and-white, teenage tale “The Myth Of The American Sleepover,” to the distinct, carefully calibrated horror “It Follows,” is a feat few filmmakers could pull off . But David Robert Mitchell is one of them. The director’s latest turned heads all last year on the festival circuit and has made … Continue reading

Raving Reviews for ‘White God’
Film Reviews / Vancity Theatre

Raving Reviews for ‘White God’

Distinguished director Kornél Mundruczó has crafted an imaginative and strikingly visceral journey of an abandoned mutt’s descent from man’s best friend to rebellious threat—rightfully earning plaudits at Cannes, including the ‘Un Certain Regard prize’, as well as the ‘Palm Dog’ for the best four-legged performance that is deeply moving and, at times, harrowing. When a new … Continue reading

What We’re Looking Forward to This March
Documentaries / Environment / Vancity Theatre / Youth Films

What We’re Looking Forward to This March

We received a comment the other day asking why we don’t show the mainstream blockbuster films at the Vancity Theatre, so we felt it was only fitting to explain our mandate and present to you our varied and culturally diverse programming for March. We’re here not to duplicate commercial movie theatres showing Hollywood hits, but to … Continue reading