Offscreen welcomes Vancouver correspondent Tim Newman as it extends geographically to the Western coast. As a first-time coverage for Offscreen, Newman's descriptive prose captures the all-important ambience of one of Canada's premiere Film Festivals.
Hospitality Korean style makes Professor Rist's first (and certainly not last) trip to Pi-Fan (5th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival) an event to remember.
Professor Peter Rist visits and revisits one of the most exciting Film Fests anywhere.
Perhaps still an appendice to the mega-Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, the new programming crew are out to make a mark.
A focus on the documentaries and shorts, with a special attention given to How's Your News?
Part two: Korean films lead the way.
Sándor Lau treats us to coverage of New Zealand's wackiest and most challenging festival
The first of an extensive, three part report on the music and sound festival Mutek.
A report on the fourth edition (2002) of one of the fastest growing Asian film festivals around.
An overview report on New Zealand's International Short film festival.
In wake of the untimely death of its founder Phil Serling, Offscreen looks at the first post-Serling Cinefest.
With the sudden passing away of its founder Phil Serling, Offscreen looks back fondly at the unique film festival known as Cinefest.
Randolph Jordan relies equally on his 'eyes' and 'ears' as he concentrates on the often overlooked juxtaposition of sound and image, a dialectic that is becoming an increasingly important part of Montreal's FCMM Festival International Nouveau Cinéma et Nouveaux Médias.