CFUV Film Fest Correspondent Dominique sat down with Sovereign Soil director David Curtis for an indepth talk! Check out the full interview below!
Prior to the festival starting, Amy sat down in our studio to interview Julia Ivanovav over the phone. Julia is the director of My Dads, My Moms, and Me. This is a follow up to her documentary of the children of gay fathers called Fatherhood Dreams. You can listen to the interview here:
This Chinese neo-noir feature competed for the Cannes Palm D’or last year before garnering international success on the festival circuit and making its way to Victoria screens. The Wild Goose Lake tells the story of Zhou Zenong, a gangster on the run after a violent altercation with a policeman. A large bounty has been placed on his head, […]
Victoria Film Festival 2020 Coverage! The Victoria Film Festival in its 26th year is running from February 7-16 and CFUV will be there for it! Follow along here as our festival correspondent Amy Anderson & Dominique Drouin-Moreland covers films and interviews. This landing page will link to all the reviews for 2020. Interview: Julia Ivanovav, […]
Corpus Christi Academy Award Nominee for best International Feature Film, the Polish-made Corpus Christi is the story of Daniel, a young man who has recently been released from juvenile detention for a violent crime. Daniel is sent to work at the sawmill of a small town, but he has other callings; while incarcerated, he has found an […]
Thosefamiliar with Ken Loach’s films will agree that Sorry We Missed You is a continuation of many common themes in this British Director’s body of work; an intimate portrait of an individual’s struggle earn a living within a system of inequality which delivers a sharply honest socialist message. Abbie and Ricky are working class parents living in […]