Author: Josh Hamm


Vancouver International Film Festival: Best of BC

One of the most interesting contributions to any film festival are the local contributions; especially so with the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF). Drumming up interest with the #mustseeBC campaign, and highlighting the works of local filmmakers, it can be incredibly rewarding and encouraging to see British Columbian talent emerging […]


VIFF coverage: architecture as a theme

Part of Converge’s ongoing review of films in the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF), on until October 10. Cathedrals of Culture Cathedrals of Culture is the single most disappointing film I’ve yet seen at VIFF. Cathedrals is an ode to modern architecture that is divided into six segments, each covering a […]