Category: Arts

Camelot not for naught: Jackie reviewed

Jackie Kennedy was a woman of extravagance, indulgence and a quiet smokey intensity. Pablo Larraín’s film about the woman behind President John F. Kennedy shares a similar thematic allure bringing virtuoso filmmaking, an eerie score …

A fistful of headshots: John Wick Chapter 2 reviewed

It isn’t often nowadays where an action film actually takes on that role of displaying the action and making Keanu Reeves the badass he should always play. Half of the directing team comes back with …

Film review: Rings

Plagued with a series of events that pushed back the release of the film several years before being quite literally dumped in the depths of the year’s early crap fest, it is understandable that Rings …

What to expect at the Kamloops Film Festival

The 21st annual Kamloops Film Festival will run from March 2 to 11, and screen a total of 22 films. Single ticket admissions to the screenings are $5 for students or $10 for adults. A …