Victoria Film Festival

Five great features screened at Victoria Film Festival this year

Let’s dive into a few of the best films Canada’s City of Gardens had to offer. Here are five favourite features from VFF.
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Five B.C. original films to check out at this years VFF

Victoria Film Festival launches with an array of BC Films. Here is a list of five BC originals to check out in this year’s collection.

Marie Clements’s film Red Snow illuminates unexplored relationships

In her film Red Snow, shown on Feb. 13 at the Victoria Film Festival, Marie Clements draws connections between the experiences of the Gwich’in and the Afghan people post-9/11. She…
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Victoria Film Festival 2019: 306 Hollywood review

On Feb. 2, I had the pleasure seeing the Bojarín siblings’ innovative family documentary 306 Hollywood, as part of the Victoria Film Festival’s 25th anniversary. The film details the story of…
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Victoria Film Festival 2019: the Martlet’s favourite movies

The Martlet attended several films at this year’s 25th Victoria Film Festival. Here are some of our favourites. Eternal Winter Glenn Howard Eternal Winter (Örök tél in Hungarian) is the…

Today marks the first day of the Victoria Film Festival

It’s February 1, which can only mean one thing: the Victoria Film Festival (VFF) is back for another year! Running from Feb. 1 to Feb. 10, the festival is a…

Victoria Film Festival: Adventures in Public School is “comedy done right”

Adventures in Public School, co-written by Kyle Rideout and Josh Epstein and directed by the former, follows Liam, a lifelong-homeschooled kid played by Daniel Doheny, through his first and final…

Victoria Film Festival: The horror of darkness

The Little Girl Who Was Too Fond of Matches review   The Little Girl Who Was Too Fond of Matches from director Simon Lavoie is a 2017 French-Canadian adaptation of…

Victoria Film Festival: SoulMate lovingly bends conventions

SoulMate, directed by Derek Tsang, follows two friends from childhood  to adulthood. Li Ansheng, played by Zhou Dongyu, is a quick-witted wild child who decides to forgo higher education in…