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Queeristers set Queer Arts Festival ablaze
Cor Flammae: Vancouver's budding summer chorus of classically trained, queer singers, performing queer content.
New at the movies this week: cheap thrills, soul-searching and young romance
Varley in Vancouver, Part 3: influencing and remixing art – join the G7
Varley in Vancouver, Part 2: Following Varley’s Trail from Jericho to Lynn
Varley in Vancouver, Part 1: The Group of 7 “bohemian” heads west
Aug 15th, 2014
Group of Seven painter Frederick Varley lived in Vancouver and played a pivotal role in the creation of a West Coast art movement and sensibility.
Male bonding thrives in The Expendables 3, The Trip to Italy and Land Ho
And watch for an oddball rock and roll story in Frank.
Aug 14th, 2014
SIGGRAPH 2014 offers inside look behind the scenes of of summer's blockbuster films
Aug 12th, 2014
Into The Storm, wild; 100-Foot Journey, pleasant and Calvary, a priest in crisis
Notice also how music can help fight dementia in Alive Inside
Aug 8th, 2014
A B-team from Marvel, second-rate Woody Allen and a vibrant James Brown bio pic
Also several one-time screenings like Hafu: The Mixed Race Experience in Japan and Sharknado 2
Aug 1st, 2014
Films: Boyhood delights with the drama it finds in everyday life
Also note a new le Carré with Philip Seymour Hoffman, a new Hercules with The Rock and a skirmish between science and metaphysics.
Jul 25th, 2014
Getting to the bottom of The Orpheus Project
Whenever you set out to create something new, it’s a descent into the unknown. But was The Orpheus Project a descent or merely a clever format for a concert (Hades with A/C)?
Jul 23rd, 2014
Deighton Cup: How to choose the right hat for a lucky day at the races
Jul 22nd, 2014
Sex Tape for adults, Planes for kids and The Purge for the ghouls among us
And also watch for a funny Vancouver film: Lawrence & Holloman
Jul 18th, 2014
Getting my book on climate change published: Nerves in patterns on a screen
The emotional landscape of trying to get published surprised me: why was I more anxious about a publisher accepting my manuscript than about it being rejected?
Jul 16th, 2014