by Vinnie Yuen | October 10, 2017
The couples and relationships we typically see on screen full of passion, sexual tension and conflict. In The First Lap, Ji-young and Su-hyeon’s relationship likely more resembles our own.
by Lauren Donnelly | October 7, 2017
A glimpse into the agony and ecstasy of teenage summers, director Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me by Your Name is a poetic exploration of forbidden love.
by Erin Ward | October 6, 2017
In his final film, 24 Frames, Iranian director Abbas Kairostami explores the contrast between the shifting nature of reality and the medium of the photograph.
by Vinnie Yuen | October 3, 2017
The film opens with a shot of a young boy named Yi-an wearing a brain-electrode helmet as he repeats his story. He says his home is in Toyama. He has a sister. His previous mother has long hair. They live in a house by the sea. His anxious parents watch him with concern, knowing none of these facts are true.
by Abi Hayward | October 3, 2017
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers’s newest documentary invites you to listen to the stories of the Musqueam First Nations, paying trubute to c̓əsnaʔəm — the modern-day neighbourhood of Marpole in Vancouver.