WFF 18

Whistler

WFF ’18: Distributors grapple with complexities of indie film market

Theatrical distribution heads at eOne, FunFilm and VVS discuss how the rise of streaming and the “Disney-fication” of the market is affecting business.

Trevor Mack

WFF names Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship finalists

Trevor Mack (pictured) and Darcy Waite are two of the filmmakers who will receive mentorship on their scripted projects during the immersive program.

Natalie Honey Bee

WFF ’18: Nine Canadian world premieres added

Rama Rau’s Honey Bee will compete for the Borsos Prize, alongside films like Shane Belcourt’s Red Rover.

Audience of Chairs

WFF ’18: Audience of Chairs, Great Darkened Days added

The festival will also feature the world premiere of Sean Patrick Shaul’s documentary on B.C.-based filmmaker Uwe Boll.