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Pamela Grcic

Pamela is a Vancouver Observer contributor. 

The Invisible War unveils horror of rape in U.S. military

At VIFF, The Vancouver Observer is sponsoring The Invisible War, a brave documentary that shines a light on rape in the U.S. military.

VIFF Film and TV Forum unites top-notch talent

The 27th Annual VIFF's Film and TV Forum opened yesterday (through Sept 28), bringing experts in filmmaking, TV and new media to help other professionals to develop new projects and explore current...

VLAFF's "We All Have Sinned" brings new twist to death

Mexican director, Alejandro Ramirez talks about his film We All Have Sinned and the afterlife.

VLAFF's "Mia" an Argentine triumph for transgender rights

Argentine director, Javier Van de Couter sheds a light on the making of his award winning film, Mia.

Vancouver Latin American Film Festival opens today

The Vancouver Latin American Film Festival (VLAFF) celebrates its 10th year (August 31- September 9th) not only marking a milestone, also its growth through the years bringing an array of selected,...

A Trip to the Moon:Méliès' extraordinary voyage lives on

Serge Bomberg and Eric Lage's documentary \'The Extraordinary Voyage" pays homage to George Melies' whimsical film "A Trip to the Moon". Both films are playing at the Pacific Cinemateque.

Inti Illimani celebrates 45 years of music and Day of Latin American Music and Roots

Inti Illimani offered an unforgettable concert last week at the Chan Centre (UBC), taking the audience through an emotional, musical journey through Latin America.

The Colours of the Mountain depicts armed conflict in Colombia through childrens' eyes

Reel to Real International Film Festival for Youth (April 13-20) presents "The Colours of the Mountain", a Colombian film about children's dreams and the inmiente violence emerging in their village.

Hometown Boy chronicles Chinese painter’s rediscovery of his hometown

The Chinese-Taiwanese documentary depicts the story of a renowned artist heading home for the first time in over a generation.

DreamRider's Vanessa LeBourdais on new play about water

Vanessa LeBourdais talks about the making of DreamRider and educating children and their families on water conservation in new play H2Woah!