Présenté au Festival international du cinéma de Vancouver cette année, le film a eu sa première au Festival de cinéma de Tribeca
What began seven years ago after major multiplexes withdrew the Rajnikanth blockbuster "Kabali," owing to safety concerns, South Indian movie enthusiasts in
“Someone once told me, in Saskatchewan, every town has a Chinese restaurant and story.”
Resilient fathers battling extraordinary circumstances are at the centre of documentaries by Iran-born Babak Payami and India-born, Nisha Pahuja.
A Vancouver Film School graduate says there's no proper nurturing for their stories and art in classrooms since the majority of film
The film's director purposefully avoids the subjects’ faces in order to keep viewers' attention on their tone and memories of past experiences.