An interview with Diaspora director Deco Dawson about creating a portrait of immigrant experiences inspired by Winnipeg's North End.
Little Jar is a quirky and downright silly isolation comedy that offers a fresh new perspective on isolation and human connection.
Adam Beach is a man both haunted and hunted for his past actions in the Canadian thriller Exile, screening as part of the Whistler Film Festival, available online across Canada on December 5.
The Whistler Film Festival once again welcomes high-profile international films, ground-breaking Canadian cinema, award-season favourites, exciting short films and, of course, film lovers.
Gabriel Byrne battles his inner demons in the Canadian-Irish drama inspired by Leonard Cohen.
Whistler Film Festival 2020 has released this year’s lineup, juries, and opening films.
Canada’s coolest festival, WFF 2020, announces its Content Summit Lineup and First Wave of Industry Guests.
Whistler Film Festival released its 2019 slate and it features 86 films (comprising of 43 features and 43 shorts from 15 countries).
We had the privilege to interview the legendary Canadian indie director Bruce McDonald at last December's Whistler International Film Festival.
The 18th annual Whistler Film Festival (WFF) recently announced its fantastic 2018 film lineup. And we've got full details!
Why we got off on the indie Canadian sex comedy How To Plan An Orgy in a Small Town at the Whistler Film Fest.
We saw He Hated Pigeons at the Whistler Film Fest last weekend, and it's a unique achievement that can never be seen the same way twice.
Our in-depth conversation with film journalist turned director Brian D. Johnson, who highlights the life and work of Canadian poet Al Purdy with his new documentary Al Purdy Was Here.