Features

VIFF 2019: Cranks

An artsy ode to weirdos and the city of Winnipeg, inspired by a notorious call-in radio show. Read more

Kris Rothstein's Blog

VIFF 2019 preview: "One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk"

The latest feature film from Inuk director Zacharias Kunuk ("Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner") dramatizes a key moment from Inuit oral history: a 1961 encounter on spring sea ice, between Noah Piugattuk, an Inuit camp leader, and an Indian Agent. Read more

Michael Hayward's Blog

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Photo by Andrew Neel

"My Follower is still after me. I can feel it back there but can’t see it." Read more

Prose

Kristen Lawson on the hero's journey through "queer/feminist/Asian/West Coast/Rocky Mountain sensibilities." Read more

Reviews

VIFF 2019: L.A. Tea Time

French-Canadian filmmaker Sophie Bédard Marcotte's documentary takes us on a road trip to Los Angeles in search of artistic direction. Read more

Kris Rothstein's Blog

VIFF 2019 preview: "Miel-Emile"

An absorbing portrait of Emile Raaijmakers, also known as Miel, who lives a solitary life in the eastern Pyrenees of France. Miel-Emile, now almost 80 years of age, reflects upon the events of his life, and describes his personal philosophy. Read more

Michael Hayward's Blog

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