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Pamela Grcic

Pamela is a Vancouver Observer contributor. 

The magic world of "The Icebook" arrives in Vancouver

The Icebook, a show made of fragile white paper and light, pays homage to old silent film and promises to take audiences to an icy, fantasy world.

Testament: a modern twist to Shakespeare's classic King Lear at PuSh

Testament, a modern twist on Shakespeare's King Lear, brings actors to the stage with their real-life fathers.

PuSh's "Photog" explores the vivid lives of conflict photographers

Boca Del Lupo talks about the process of creating stunning work about photojournalists whose lives are constantly exposed to danger.

Turning Point Ensemble pays homage to early film era with Cinema Musica

Turning Point Ensemble presents Cinema Musica featuring two new works at PuSh Festival.

PuSh International Festival for the Performing Arts opening bash heats up Vancouver

Vancouver's largest cultural winter event is on.

Acrobat Tobias Wegner brings gravity-defying show, LEO, to The Cultch

Acrobat Tobias Wegner is in Vancouver to perform LEO, opening on December 4th at The Cultch.

Vancouver Academy of Music to present unique Beethoven program on Sunday

Classic music aficionados will have the chance to attend a rare all-Beethoven program this Sunday.

VIFF: last chance to catch a spirited drama and three documentaries

Three great documentaries and a drama are playing in the last two days of the 31st Vancouver International Film Festival.  Come As You Are: This one is true crowd-pleaser – it won...

VIFF's Tectonics: the architecture of immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border

Tectonics deconstructs border issues through film and architecture.

My favourite VIFF films

Don't miss these documentaries...