Charles Wilkinson

marie clements

Marie Clements’ Red Snow wins VIFF audience award

Red Snow picked up the popular Canadian feature award, while Charles Wilkinson’s Haida Modern was the audience’s Canadian documentary pick.


VIFF unveils its 2019 Canadian lineup

Andrew Huculiak’s Ash, Rodrigue Jean’s The Acrobat and the directorial debut of Anthony Shim are among the festival’s world premieres.


Room wins VFCC best Canadian film prize

The Canadian/Irish copro won four prizes, with Sleeping Giant and Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World also picking up awards.


VIFF reveals B.C. Spotlight Program lineup

Eleven features are included in the program, including world premieres for Charlotte’s Song (pictured) and Tricks on the Dead.


Haida Gwaii, Amina Profile win Hot Docs prizes

A total of 12 awards and $61,000 in cash and prizes were presented to filmmakers from Canada and around the world. (Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World pictured.)

The Messenger

Hot Docs unveils Canadian Spectrum, opening night titles

The latest films by Charles Wilkinson, Shelley Saywell and Su Rynard will screen at the April 23 to May 3 documentary festival in Toronto (Rynard’s The Messenger pictured).

Photo: Mayanais, Flickr Creative Commons

Vancouver film critics give The Dirties field-leading five nominations

DEC 27 – Matt Johnson’s debut feature will compete against Gabrielle and Watermark for best Canadian film.


Indiecan takes Canadian rights to Oil Sands Karaoke

The feature-length documentary directed by Charles Wilkinson (pictured) about five Northern Alberta oil patch workers vying to win a karaoke contest had its world premiere at Hot Docs last week.

Whistler Film Festival

Whistler Film Fest unveils plans for ShortWork Lab

The Dec. 1 workshop will include the short film award pitch, which sees five aspiring filmmakers vie for a $15,000 cash prize and ‘in-kind’ services of up to $100,000 to be used to complete their project.


Nisha Pahuja’s The World Before Her wins best Canadian film at Hot Docs

The best international feature doc prize went to Call Me Kuchu, which earlier won a Teddy award in Berlin, as the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival wrapped on the weekend.