Director Sofia Bohdanowicz shares how she created the deeply felt portrait of 77-year-old Parisian astrologer Julianne, armed with just 30 rolls of 16mm film and a vintage Bolex camera.
A scathing satire of the film scene in our city, The Age of Adulting is a film nevertheless made with love and hope for a better future for Vancouver’s relationship to the seventh art. We caught up with director Mark Lewis to get his perspective on his film and its subject.
Ahead of the Indian Horse’s theatrical release, we spoke to director Stephen Campanelli about adapting the beloved novel to screen, and the role of narrative film in the ongoing work to address Canada’s dark history of treatment towards Indigenous people.
In our new series, Her Stories: Women Call the Shots, we invite contemporary women filmmakers to choose a film made by a woman which continues to inspire, and share it with our audience.
The Taviani brothers have been at the forefront of Italian cinema since the mid-1970s. The 2018 Italian Film Festival is a bittersweet opportunity to discover one last work of art from the singular pair of masters.
By Anna Steshenko Get totally in on Totally Indie Day, a day designed to provide real insights and hands-on advice from top experienced industry pros and rising new talent.