PuSh 2015: Tomboy Survival Guide

Ivan Coyote returns to the stage with spoken word and music. more »

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PuSh 2015: Fish Eyes

Anita Majumdar plays an Indo-Canadian teen girl in part one of a trilogy. more »

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PuSh 2015: The Hole in the Coffin and 1999

Two different stories told at the piano, with props. more »

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PuSh 2015: Bullet Catch

A magic trick so dangerous even Houdini advised against it. more »

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VIFF 2014: A Different Drummer. Celebrating Eccentrics

The title tells all in this funny and engaging documentary. more »

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VIFF 2014: You're Sleeping Nicole

A feature about a lazy summer, shot in lovely black and white by Stephane Lafleur. more »

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VIFF 2014: Art and Craft

Fantastic documentary about an honest forger and the curator obsessed with him. more »

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VIFF 2014: The Creator of the Jungle

A Spanish man spends decades building monumental structures in the forest in order to escape civilization. more »

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VIFF 2014: The Infinite Man

Time loops, misunderstandings and eluding your other selves all figure in this Australian comedy about a scientist trying to win back his girlfriend. more »

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VIFF 2014: Clouds of Sils Maria

A wholly captivating and unusual film about acting, aging and the relationships between women from director Olivier Assayas. more »

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VIFF 2014: Welcome to Me

Deadpan Kristen Wiig is hilarious as a woman who creates a wild and out of control TV show after winning millions. more »

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VIFF 2014: Regarding Susan Sontag

A thorough and stylish biographical documentary about the influential American writer. more »

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VIFF 2014: The Princess of France

A very loose adaptation of Shakespeare sees a web of tangled romances in this Argentine film. more »

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VIFF 2014: Listen Up Philip

Jason Schwartzman is Philip, a successful writer and a pain in the ass. more »

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The Dog

The real story of the Brooklyn bank robber from "Dog Day Afternoon." more »

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A Master Builder

Director Jonathan Demme teams up with Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory for this Henrik Ibsen play adaptation. more »

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Back Fence PDX

Storytelling meets improv comedy. more »

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We Are the Best!

Thirteen-year-old girls form punk rock band in 1982 Sweden more »

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DOXA 2014: 1971

Before wikileaks there was Media, Pennsylvania, a FBI office ransacked to expose illegal surveillance of ordinary people. more »

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Maidentrip

A teen girl attempts to be the youngest to sail solo around the world. more »

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