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VSFF 2022 Reviews in a Capsule

Why don’t studios bother with short films anymore? There simply has to be demand for bite-size stories in a world of two hour+ features and butt-numbing bingeable series. In the meantime, it’s the independent filmmakers

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Talent on Tap – Elma Begovic Presents The Day We Left at VSFF

If you think all immigrant stories are the same, you couldn’t be further from the truth. If you agree that all the stories are different, I’ll calm down. If we lived in a perfect world,

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VSFF 2021 Reviews in a Capsule Vol 2

By sheer accident, all the shorts in this week’s batch begin with “the”. I only realized this three selections in so I figured I might as well make it a matching set. While the titles

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VSFF 21 – Weekend on the Web

Nothing to start off my year like a film festival, especially one with short films so I could balance out my schedule. As per usual, Vancouver Short Film Festival had a variety and this year

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VSFF 2021 Reviews in a Capsule

Considering that every film at the dawn at cinema was a “short film” before the hour-plus feature length became standard in the 1910s, it is a shame that the short form has been granted Rodney

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VSFF: Reflections on a Short Film Retrospective

As the Lunar New Year rung in in and Robbie Burns Day broke out the haggis, there was yet another event to keep you and your crew busy this weekend, the Vancouver Short Film Festival.

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