In the lead up to the main event on March 4, we’re bringing you the Oscar-nominated Short Films, in the Live Action, Animation, and Documentary categories, plus screenings of Best Foreign Language nominees The Insult and The Square, and Best Doc contender Faces Places.
Ahead of our Chinese New Year screening of Come Drink with Me on February 11, we take a look at some of Cheng Pei Pei’s most memorable films and movie moments from her accomplished career.
Warriors present, past, and future connect the films in this year’s Black History Month series. We spoke to the program’s co-curator, Barbara Chirinos, about how these stories affect us all.
Check out the trailers for films we have coming up at Vancity Theatre this week.
We’re thrilled to see some VIFF 2017 favourites amongst the list of nominees, including Call Me By Your Name, Get Out, The Florida Project, Lady Bird, Loving Vincent, Loveless, The Insult, Faces Places, A Fantastic Woman, The Square, and Wonder. Scroll down for the full list of nominees.
Playing throughout February at VIFF Vancity Theatre, this year’s Black History Month program includes exciting new work from young Canadian filmmakers, a focus on inspirational women, and finds recurring themes in the power of music, political protest, and education.