To round out your PuSh Festival experience, we offer a selection of films inspired by, and intended to be paired with, performances and artists in the 2019 PuSh program. In this partnership with VIFF, the darkened cinema matches the darkened theatre in illuminating and surprising ways.
Trailer Tuesday kicks off in 2019 with a host of must-see movies. Check out the trailers for some of the films screening this week at Vancity Theatre, including one of the most original filmgoing experiences of the year, A Bread Factory (Part 1 & 2), Darren Foster’s joyful documentary Science Fair and two flicks from the VIFF x PuSh Festival Film Series.
From Brooklyn to Big Little Lies, we take a look at six films lensed by Yves Bélanger that left a lasting impression, ahead of our Creator Talk with The Mule cinematographer + camera operator Stephen Campanelli on January 19.
This month, we shine a light on VIFF Year-Round volunteer Janice Walter, who coordinates the scheduling for our fantastic front-of-house theatre volunteer team.
Mamma Mia, here we go again! Now in its sixth year, the Italian Film Festival is a unique mixture of contemporary films and classics from Italy’s rich cinematic heritage.
“Does this finally prove that size matters?” James Cameron asked, cheekily, when he picked up the award for Best Film at the Golden Globes for his epic romance, Titanic, 21 years ago this week. His point: no matter how cheap and convenient DVD might be, people would go to the movies if you gave them enough of a reason not to stay at home.