We Were Children, a film that chronicles the lives of two survivors of the residential schools system in Canada, was among the Canadian entries to the 2012 Vancouver International Film Festival, Sept.
What does VIFF stand for?
VIFF stands for Vancouver International Film Festival (Canada)
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No matter where, "If I had a wish it would be that people would think of seeing a Canadian movie, and that people would realize what a great wealth of talent we have here," says Terry McEvoy, filmmaker and programmer of Canadian content for the acclaimed Vancouver International Film Festival.
As well, such a show could include reports from festivals across Canada, from the Atlantic Film Festival through to the Vancouver International Film Festival.
Thankfully, the event's western cousin, the Vancouver International Film Festival, now in its 25th year and running Sept.
The local film community outshone everyone at this year's Vancouver International Film Festival, producing some very good movies.
Stardom Directed by Denys Arcand rStarring Jessica Pare, Thomas Gibson and Dan Aykroyd *** (out of five) WHEN DENYS Arcand introduced his film Stardom to the audience at the Vancouver International Film Festival, he described it as a light subject with very serious overtones.