Vancouver Queer Film Festival spotlights a Drag Race fan favourite, the queer history of Sunset Boulevard, and kinks of all kinds.
Mamoru Hosoda pays tribute to the career of late animator Satoshi Kon, the master filmmaker behind works such as Paprika and Millennium Actress.
He emerged on the scene with implausibly good looks, the stuff of matinee idol dreams. He studied in one of the most prestigious acting schools in New York, did plenty of theatre,
For over a decade, Mark Cousins has provided some of the most ambitious filmmaking regarding the art of cinema itself. His epic The Story of Film: An Odyssey was structured as a
Who Are You, Charlie Brown? (USA, 54 min.) Dir. Michael Bonfiglio Is any comic strip character as beloved by so many generations as Charlie Brown is? Perhaps bested only by his
Trust one of the Netherland’s true auteurs, Heddy Honigmann, to create a film title that works both as a life philosophy and a primer for documentary making. A Peruvian Jew by birth
Rodney Ascher, best known for his look at Shining obsessives in Room 237, returns with another round of cinematic and philosophical indulgences in A Glitch in the Matrix. Focusing primarily on so-called
Sundance reviews for Flee ("documents the unfilmable"), Rebel Hearts ("entertaining and vivid"), and The Most Beautiful Boy in the World ("adopts an undercurrent of homophobia").