After the Credits Episode 117: VIFF Wrap

I wasn’t quite able to keep up the fervered pitch with which the first few dispatched from the festival emerged, too busy with movies and stuff, but we did manage to sneak in one final show. A sort of festival wrap complete with hastily scribbled top tens, this was recorded on the streets on Vancouver mere minutes after the closing gala of Holy Motors....

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After the Credits Episode 116: VIFF Dispatch #2

I‘m joined today by Bill Harris to chat VIFF on the fourth day of the festival. We touch on a few highlights so far and one or two misses. Stay tuned for more! Podcast: Play in new window | Download (4.0MB) Direct Download Subscribe: show Cinecast (Andrew and Halfyard show) After the Credits (Marina and Co.) Mamo! (Matt and Matt) ALL the RowThree Podcasts...

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After The Credits Episode 115: VIFF Dispatch #1

On today’s show, Bill Harris and Adrian Charlie join me for a recap of the first official day of the festival. We touch on  award favorite Rust and Bone, Pablo Larrain’s No and the batshit crazy documentary The Ambassador. Stay tuned for more daily updates from the festival and be sure to follow us and the festival on twitter for nearly instant...

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VIFF Preview: Row Three Recommendations

VIFF kicks off tomrrow and as has become tradition, we’ve dug through the festival catalogue and found 10 titles, listed in alphabetical order, which have us excited. There’s much more we’re anxious to see but you won’t find any special presentations or major award winners on the list below, just a few fantastic looking titles that are...

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After the Credits Episode 114: VIFF Chit Chat

On today’s show, Colleen and I are joined by Zack Mosley, on location no less, to talk a little bit of VIFF including a few titles we’re excited about. This is just a pre-cursor to tomorrow’s list of VIFF recommendations. In the meantime, if you still haven’t checked out the festival line-up, be sure to visit the official website. Stay...

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First Look at VIFF 2012

While Toronto prepares for the onslaught of stars and director to take over Toronto, the West Coast is preparing for its own bit of artsy goodness as the Vancouver International Film Festival begins to share news of this year’s festival. Running September 27th to October 12th, this year’s festival has already announced a number of titles that are worthy of...

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