We spoke with Cam Christiansen about the challenges associated with shining a light on one of the world’s most controversial building projects.
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.
Each year Reel Canada organizes a nationwide celebration of Canadian filmmaking and talent and it’s always a special chance to direct your attention to the best cinema our country has to offer.
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.
A film critic for CBC Radio for over three decades, Rick Staehling’s voice on film is beloved to BC audiences. Ahead of his upcoming film lecture series, we spoke with Rick about where his love of movies began, his extensive career and the ever-changing Hollywood industry.
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.