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#WATCHBC online at VIFF 2020

British Columbia’s biggest annual celebration of cinema, VIFF, is just around the corner. From September 24 – October 7th, film lovers province-wide will enjoy over 100 feature films and events showcasing exciting, groundbreaking and provocative cinema and creators from around the globe. For the first time, audiences across B.C. can watch VIFF curated cinema and viewers around the world can tune into VIFF Talks and Conferences via VIFF’s new online streaming platform, VIFF Connect.

Curated below are the 21 B.C. films selected for this year’s festival. Purchase passes and tickets to VIFF 2020 here

 

Benny's Best Birthday Image

Benny’s Best Birthday, Benjamin Schuetze

 

Brother, I Cry Image
Brother, I Cry, Jessie Anthony

 

Cake Day Image
Cake Day, Phillip Thomas

 

Canucks Riot II Image
Canucks Riot II, Lewis Bennett

 

Chained Image
Chained, Titus Heckel

 

Cosmic Image
Cosmic, Meredith Hama-Brown

 

The Curse of Willow Song Image
The Curse of Willow Song, Karen Lam

 

Deeper I Go Image
Deeper I Go, Michael P. Vidler

 

First Person Shooter Image

First Person Shooter, Cole Kush

 

Fucking Idiots Image

Fucking Idiots, David Milchard

 

Laura Image

Laura, Kaayla Whachell

 

The Magnitude of All Things Image
The Magnitude of All Things, Jennifer Abbott

 

Falling Image

Monkey Beach, Loretta Sarah Todd

 

The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel Image

The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel, Joel Bakan, Jennifer Abbott

 

A New Leash on Life Image

A New Leash on Life, Daniel Jeffery

 

Nuxalk Radio Image
Nuxalk Radio, Banchi Hanuse

 

Rag Doll Image
Rag Doll, Leon Lee

 

Spring Tide Image
Spring Tide, Jean Parsons

 

Sunken Cave and a Migrating Bird Image
Sunken Cave and a Migrating Bird, Qiuli Wu

 

The Train Station Image

The Train Station, Lyana Patrick

 

tu Image

tu, Suzanne Friesen

 

Congratulations to VIFF for their resilient pivot for their 39th edition!

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