Christopher Guy

Native Planet challenges audiences to redefine humanity’s relationship with the environment

Native Planet, a new six-part documentary series takes audiences to the front lines of an Aboriginal-led fight for Mother Earth. Last week, the series kicked off with the story of a Maori tribe’s...

Crazy8s gala screening and party showcases Vancouver’s brightest emerging filmmakers at The Centre

Crazy8s is an eight-day filmmaking contest that supports emerging filmmakers who have little or no access to short film funding. Paul Armstrong, Crazy8s executive director and executive producer, is...

Galas, after parties and celebrations at the Whistler Film Festival

The wind chill was -20 degrees and the streets were icy yet there was no shortage of lovely holiday dresses, film industry big wigs and celebrities at this year’s Whistler Film Festival (WFF)...

GROW conference kickoff party draws Vancouver's brightest entrepreneurs

Despite the rain and muggy temperature, last night’s official GROW conference kickoff party was a big hit. Various startups took over four Gastown venues to host their own “house party” with Canadian...

SXSW for newbies: 10 great tips and lessons on how to rock the mega-festival like a pro

It is not mere exaggeration when you hear people say that South by Southwest (SXSW) is one crazy festival. Last year was our first time attending so we felt the need to read as many articles on how...

Sundance music documentaries that will rock your world

If you love music documentaries you will be excited to hear about some exciting films premiering at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Sound City Musician Dave Grohl of Nirvana and Foo Fighters fame...

From Steve Jobs to the godfathers of beat poetry: 3 biopics to watch at Sundance

The Sundance Film Festival is in full gear in Park City this week with a phenomenal line-up of films. Here are three buzz worthy biopics premiering at the festival this year, starting with jOBS:...

"A people united will never be defeated": more from the Defend Our Coast demonstration

"We will stop Enbridge and the Kinder Morgan proposals dead in their tracks,” Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs told a cheering crowd.

Bass Coast heats up Squamish this August long weekend

Tucked away in the woods, nestled between the bosoms of mountains in the Squamish Valley Campground is the annual it-spot for Andrea Oakden, Andrea Graham, and Liz Thompson’s Bass Coast Project. The...