The Dead Don’t Die is a satiric trifle, but a cleverly amusing one.
Paterson is a movie about how ordinary it may be to see the world in a grain of sand.
The documentary is a highly enjoyable musical and social history of the group and its times.
At the Vancouver Film Festival, cinema lovers could look at movies which had been much praised at prior festivals, including winning prizes.
The Summer of Flying Fish is visual to the max; Stranger Then Paradise remains one of the most important indie films of the last thirty years.
Two new films take a poetic and fantastical look at the artifice of sensual surfaces to imagine the horrific realities beneath.