The Vancouver Queer Film Festival has been shown to be one of the best events in the Vancouver community for both LGBT2Q+ and anyone outside of that circle. I got to attend so much of VQFF this year and it has been a lot more interesting this year even. Before I get started, I have […]
For its 30th year, VQFF has shown to have a wide variety of many amazing events to make it the most memorable so far. As you may have gathered from my last article, Vancouver Queer Film Festival is locally based (like other events I cover) but submissions are about a certain demographic: LGTBQ. With the […]
Ottawa deals with frustrations over inexperienced crews and soundstage probability, via CBC.ca. Hot Docs Forum Report comes to a close and some presentations get special awards, as reported by Manori Ravindran at realscreen.com. The BWW News announces, two months early, the arrival of the 28th Annual Vancouver Queer Film Festival this summer.
Steve Fonyo is the subject and star of Alan Zweig’s doc Hurt, screening in the Platform program at TIFF this year. Fonyo’s story is well known; after raising millions for cancer research with a cross-Canada run on his one remaining leg, he descended into larceny and drug addiction. As a TIFF press release says, “The […]