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Michael Moore's hope in the Trump era; The Wife’s...
Step to rear; mind gaps; hang on tight
Your numerology cycles September 16–30
Black paint on a blackboard
Doomed to repeat it? Indelible history
Locally-filmed The Predator, a mommy blogger’s Simple Favor...
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Marion Bridge; pro-Life menage à trois
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Except in the Unlikely Event of War takes satirical look at the (im)probability of war
The new play, Except in the Unlikely Event of War, explores the direst issues of modern society - government transparency, politicization of media, war as a means of societal control - but does so in...
Nov 13th, 2013
Stand Clear of the Closing Doors: an autistic boy's journey
An autistic boy in New York gets lost in the subway system for 11 days in a bold new film by Sam Fleischner.
Sep 30th, 2013
Great films to watch in the last days of VIFF
A controversial French drama about lesbian love and a documentary about the fatal 2008 tragedy at the K2 mountain in Pakistan are among the movies to watch today and tomorrow at the VIFF....
Oct 10th, 2013
Vancouver Latin American Film Festival starts today
Here's a look at this year's films.
Aug 29th, 2013
VQFF's Lace Bite features women hockey players united against Cystic Fibrosis
Vancouver- based filmmakers and producers Sharron Bates and Carmen Klotz had found the story of their dreams when they worked together on the movie Lace Bite, shown at the Vancouver Queer...
Aug 22nd, 2013
Vancouver Queer Film Festival brings bold new films to audiences
The Vancouver Queer Film Festival is on from August 15- 25, and it's looking to be a great lineup.
Aug 15th, 2013
Slowpoke: a voyage through nuclear fallout in Chernobyl
Slowpoke is a new travelogue-style play, created and performed by local dancers Billy Marchenski and Alison Denham that recounts their unique experiences during a trip to the Chernobyl...
Jun 10th, 2013
Robert Leveroos brings two plays on destruction, rebirth and family to the Green House Basement at The Cultch
Robert Leveroos brings Safe/Guard and Feast to the Greenhouse Basement at The Cultch, as a part of the rEvolver Theatre Festival.
May 17th, 2013
Simon Shaheen brings riveting Arab Spring-themed show to Vancouver audience
If the Arab Revolution had a soundtrack, it would be "The Call: Songs for Liberation" by Palestinian musician and composer, New York-based Simon Shaheen. Shaheen brings his Arab Spring-themed...
Apr 25th, 2013
Evalyn Parry's SPIN takes audiences from women’s emancipation to consumer culture in bicycle-themed show
Bicycles are symbol of sustainable and affordable means of transportation as well as physical fitness and wellness, but what do they have to do with feminism and the advertising industry? Award-...
Apr 7th, 2013