Anne Watson

Anne is a journalist and award-winning filmmaker who moved to Vancouver three years ago with her daughter. Her most recent film project was with the National Film Board about changes in education in the Vancouver area.

"Tricks on the Dead" a film by Jordan Paterson

Vancouver filmmaker premiers "Tricks on the Dead," an epic film about WWI's Chinese labourers

Documentary Filmmaker Jordan Paterson premieres "Tricks on the Dead," a film about the Chinese Labourers in WWI
Cast of "The Best Laid Plans: A Musical," photo by Tim Matheson

OUTSTANDING POLITICAL THEATRE: “The Best Laid Plans: a Musical” at York stars Nick Fontaine

A riotous and timely musical about Canadian politics playing at the York Theatre in Vancouver.
Franke James speaks to BCCLA

Repression-proof artist, Franke James, celebrated by BCCLA

Franke James shows eight years of her artwork about fighting the environment and freedom of expression.
Vancouver Word Festival

21st annual Word Vancouver takes over the Library this Sunday

20 workshops, 150 authors, and 100 Readings this Sunday at the VPL

Chris Hedges calls for 'acts of sublime madness' against corporate power

Pulitzer Prize-winning author calls for a full-scale uprising against corporate greed in ground-breaking new book.
Welcome Room of Skwachay Lodge

Vancouver's insanely cool Aboriginal boutique hotel you've never heard of

Skwachay Lodge and Gallery basks in the glowing reviews as a boutique art hotel with first class accommodations and an innovative back story that could be the model for other properties.
"Voice to Voice," Design by Doris Cheung, Artwork by Dwayne Woloshyn

Downtown Eastside writers group launches seventh book

The Thursdays Writing Collective, a group of writers from the Downtown Eastside, releases its latest book, "Voice to Voice."
Horseshoe Bay, Bowen Island, photograph, Alan Sirulnikoff, landscape, marine

Knowing the Salish Sea may lead to its protection

Washington-based scientist-authors speak at Aquarium on their newly released book on the Salish Sea
Three marionettes by Jorge Cerqueira, 2012.  Photo by Kyla Bailey

New show of Portuguese popular art takes viewers from Heaven to Hell

An exceptional, finely detailed, exhibition of Portuguese Popular Art opens at MOA. It's playful, smart and gorgeous.

Bestselling author John Vaillant's road to "The Jaguar's Children"

Vancouver Author John Vaillant discusses his latest book, "The Jaguar's Children," and how he became a best selling writer.