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Director Denis Villeneuve and actor Javier Bardem are shown on the set of the Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures’ action “Dune,” in a handout photo. The Montreal writer-director has made headlines lately for trumpeting the importance of the cinematic experience and saying he hopes audiences will watch his sci-fi epic “Dune” in theatres. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.-Chiabella James **MANDATORY CREDIT**

Denis Villeneuve and other TIFF talent on their at-home pandemic viewing

Many discovered films they hadn’t seen before

 

Nanaimo-raised singer Allison Crowe with director Zack Snyder on the set of ‘Man of Steel’ in 2011. Crowe performs a cover of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah in the upcoming director’s cut of ‘Justice League.’ (Photo courtesy Clay Enos)

B.C. musician records song for upcoming ‘Justice League’ film

Allison Crowe’s close connection to director led to rendition of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah

 

The Williams Lake Film Club is putting the brakes on its season until the 50-person gathering limit is lifted. (Photo submitted)

Film club on hold until gathering cap raised

On May 6, the BC Government announced that attendance caps of 50 people will remain in effect

  • Aug 31, 2020

 

The National Film Board of Canada is reminding Canada of its vast library of films and short films available for free online during the age of social distancing. (Photo submitted)

Self-isolating? National Film Board of Canada has over 4,000 free films online

A wide range of documentaries, animated films and short films are all on NFB.ca

The National Film Board of Canada is reminding Canada of its vast library of films and short films available for free online during the age of social distancing. (Photo submitted)
Eight Sxoxomic school students took part in making the moving including Malaki Duncan-Johnson (from left), Nathan Johnson and Drayden Paul.

Esk’etemc students embrace chance to create short film with William Belleau

“For me (this project) was very spiritually rewarding, it’s really hard to put into words.”

Eight Sxoxomic school students took part in making the moving including Malaki Duncan-Johnson (from left), Nathan Johnson and Drayden Paul.
Apayata Kotierk plays his uncle Noah Piugattuk opposite of Kim Bodnia as ‘The Boss’ in One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk. (Photo submitted)

Colonialism examined through an Inuit lens in Film Club’s next offering in March

One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk in on next Friday, March 6 at the Gibraltar Room

  • Feb 28, 2020
Apayata Kotierk plays his uncle Noah Piugattuk opposite of Kim Bodnia as ‘The Boss’ in One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk. (Photo submitted)
Antonio Banderas stars in Pain and Glory a thoughtful look at aging and identity currently up for an Oscar in the Best International Feature Category. (Photos submitted)

Pain and Glory : Oscar-Nominated Performance by Antonio Banderas comes to Williams Lake

Banderas, in what many critics are saying is his best and most nuanced performance to date

  • Feb 6, 2020
Antonio Banderas stars in Pain and Glory a thoughtful look at aging and identity currently up for an Oscar in the Best International Feature Category. (Photos submitted)
Director Arnold Lim takes a look at the shot on the set of the All-in Madonna short film shot on Piers Island in November 2017. (Photo by Robyn Thomas)

Black Press videographer to direct full-length feature, wins Telefilm grant worth $125,000

Arnold Lim to expand story of All-In Madonna with writer Susie Winters, producer Ana de Lara

Director Arnold Lim takes a look at the shot on the set of the All-in Madonna short film shot on Piers Island in November 2017. (Photo by Robyn Thomas)
Williams Lake Indian Band elder Mary Thomas shares her residential school survivor story during a School District 27 Orange Shirt Day celebration in Williams Lake’s Boitanio Park Friday. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

B.C. Grade 8 student pens letter to premier on residential schools

Terrace teen writes current school curriculum underplays past violations of basic human rights

  • May 2, 2018
Williams Lake Indian Band elder Mary Thomas shares her residential school survivor story during a School District 27 Orange Shirt Day celebration in Williams Lake’s Boitanio Park Friday. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo