3pm. “Pride & Prejudice.” This film has been made with a lot of good taste. An adaptation of the classic Jane Austen novel, the feel is very contemporary even though the setting belongs to a previous century. Donald Sutherland should get some serious award recognition for his role here. But if he doesn't then shame on them. "Pride and Prejudice" is a wonderful, entertaining film and it features great acting, gorgeous production values and a promising new director. Full review soon.
6.30pm. “Consequences of Love.” It's hip, it's interesting and its also fatally flawed. I'll just let Faizan Rashid tell you all about this one.
8.30pm. I know Faizan Rashid is off to see "Junebug," the critics’ darling at this year's Sundance Film Festival. I am seething with envy because this has been a huge blip on my radar for many moons now. Faizan not only reviews "Junebug" for our conscientious examination but he exceeds expectations by bringing us a great Q&A with director Phil Morrison.
9.45pm. “Water.” Thumbs up, a strong film but not the masterpiece some people make it out to be. I’ll be reviewing Deepa Mehta’s latest labour of love soon.
Our DIFF coverage continues with Day 4 -- by Adnan Khan