Category: Arts

KFF film review: Finding Big Country

A TELUS STORYHIVE film, Finding Big Country is a short documentary about the NBA Vancouver Grizzlies basketball team and super-fan Kat Jayme who is willing to do anything to track down her childhood hero and …

KFF film review: This Mountain Life

Much of British Columbia, a whopping 75 per cent is made up of mountainous ranges and communities of people that live a bit differently from the rest of the populous. This Mountain Life features the …

KFF film review: Never Look Away

Never Look Away beautifully blends the horrors and creativity of painter Kurt Barnert’s life growing up and living through Nazi and CommunistGermany. Based on the true events and spanning through three different eras of German …

KFF film review: Anthropocene – The Human Epoch

Canadian documentary Anthropocene – The Human Epoch shows the growing destruction that humankind is slowly but surely causing on our only home, Earth. Directed by Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky and Nicholas de Pencier, this documentary …

KFF film review: Capharnaüm

Capharnaüm is a very touching political drama revolving around a young man’s life that leaves the viewer with a deep sense of dread from seeing the reality that foreign refugees have to go through. The …

KFF film review: The House That Jack Built

Lars Von Trier did something in The House That Jack Built: Von Trier proved that a film can both be horrifying, while still incredibly captivating. The House That Jack Built follows Jack, with Matt Dillon …

KFF film review: Sir

Set in the bustling city of modern-day Mumbai, Sir follows the story of Ratna (Tillotama Shome), a young widow who leaves her home village to find a better life in the city and is employed …

Album review: Reflectionz You Knighted

Vancouver-based rapper, Reflectionz’s latest album venerates the lyrical forward style of hip-hop that was prominent in the early 2000s and late ‘90s. This is done both implicitly and expressively throughout the record. The opening track, …