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VIFF 2010, Redux: The Festival Lives On With VIFF Highlights


Although the 29th annual Vancouver International Film Festival has come to a close, the good folks at VIFF, and the fine folks at the VanCity Theatre, have come up with a way to alleviate the pain of festival's end, by programming a series of favoured features and Festival highlights, all of which will screen this week, few though the number of those films may be.

Uncle-Boonmee-Who-Can-RecalL His Past Lives

Cannes Festival Palme D'or winner Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives screens through Friday, October 22nd. You can catch a screening of Uncle Boonmee on Sunday, Oct. 17th @ at both 6:30pm and 8:45pm; on Monday, Oct. 18th @ 6:30pm; Tuesday, Oct. 19th @ 6:30pm; Wednesday, Oct. 20 @ 6:30pm; and for a final time on Friday, Oct. 22nd @ 9pm.

Other than Uncle Boonmee, Kinshasa Symphony, VIFF's 2010 Most Popular Nonfiction Film, Claus Wischmann and Martin Baer's documentary about a Congo orchestra who play European classical music, screens for a final time this Tuesday, October 19th at 6:30pm.

The remaining programme highlights, screening at VIFF's VanCity Theatre are available here, including the very lovely Snow White.



Posted by Raymond Tomlin at October 17, 2010 9:42 AM in VIFF 2010

   

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