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VIFF at Home

VIFF is teaming up with independent distributors to offer curated online streaming opportunities: the chance to savour some of the movies we had planned to present at Vancity Theatre this spring in the safety of your own home.

Half of your on-demand screening fee will come back to VIFF to help us weather these unprecedented times.

Thanks for your support and please enjoy, share, and come back for more online programming soon.

Now Streaming

Being Charlie Kaufman
VIFF 2009
We're very excited for the upcoming release of Charlie Kaufman's film adaptation of Iain Reid's novel I'm Thinking of Ending Things for Netflix. While we're waiting, check out our VIFF session with Charlie from 2009, where he talks about his process writing Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

40 Days to Learn Film
dir. Mark Cousins (2020)
Indefatigable Irish cinephile Mark Cousins will be familiar to VIFF audiences for his nonfiction essays The Eyes of Orson Welles and A Story of Children and Film, as well as his magnum opus, The Story of Film. Holed up in his Edinburgh home last week, he fashioned this typically unorthodox and stimulating alternative take on film studies.
The Green Fog
dir. Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson and Galen Johnson (2017)
This multi-experiential, visual and sound collage created by award-winning filmmaker and cultural iconoclast Guy Maddin and collaborators Evan and Galen Johnson (The Forbidden Room) re-imagines Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo. Originally commissioned by SFFILM with support from Nion McEvoy and Stanford Live, The Green Fog features the world-renowned Kronos Quartet performing a score composed by Jacob Garchik.
Indigenous Cinema Collection
dir. Various (1917 -2018)
Discover the NFB’s rich online collection of Indigenous-made films.


A 6 Pack of BC Shorts

Not only do these shorts showcase the talent of filmmakers who call this city home, they also take us into areas of the city, suburbs and province that currently lay beyond our reach. Whether it’s a retelling of a Langley schoolyard scuffle, a journey to an industrial ghost town, or a ride along with Vancouver taxi drivers, these are films - and filmmakers - deserving of discovery.

- Curtis Woloschuk, VIFF's Associate Director of Programming


Asian Gangs
Asian Gangs

Lewis Bennett (2013)


Jean Parsons, Jennifer Chiu (2016)


Ryan Flowers (2013)

Medical Drama
Medical Drama

Sophie Jarvis (2018)

The Mountain of SGaana
The Mountain of SGaana

Christopher Auchter (2017)

Ocean Falls
Ocean Falls

Jessica Johnson, Ryan Ermacora (2015)

VIFF Blog Weekly Roundup
by Dan Sallitt
One doesn’t expect consistency of style from a production company, especially one with a mission statement proclaiming “a focus on unique, director-driven projects.” And yet one gets a bit of it from MDFF (Medium Density Fiberboard Films), the Toronto-based imprint of Kazik Radwanski and Daniel Montgomery...


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