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VIFF Review: Hello Destroyer
by Jamie Cessford

A popular topic amongst many of the films at VIFF this year is mental health. Whether characters are learning to live with the complications of specific diagnoses or coming to grips with the realities of mental health in general, filmmakers are creating substantial narratives that represent the complexities of being human. Kevin Funk’s tense pseudo-thriller Hello Destroyer, is a prime example of an authentic and powerful portrayal of the impacts of one’s social environment on mental health.  continued...

VIFF Review: The Unknown Girl
by Sophia Gaba

As part of the Contemporary World Cinema program at the 2016 Vancouver International Film Festival, Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne come together with The Unknown Girl, a French thriller guaranteed to pull audiences to the edge of their seats.   continued...

VIFF Review: The Red Turtle
by Jamie Cessford

It’s strange how traditional animation has gone to the wayside in the mainstream. There have been a lot of excellent computer animated features over the years, but they have come at the expense of an entire medium. It’s easy to resolve that the reason for this was perhaps beacuase computer animated features could capture something narratively or emotionally that traditional features couldn’t. Fortunately, due to efforts like Michael Dudok de Wit’s The Red Turtle, any doubts in the value of traditional animation have been put to rest. continued...

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