Pamela Grcic

Pamela is a Vancouver Observer contributor. 

Wide Angle Media, an international disability film festival, at Roundhouse

Wide Angle Media Festival runs its first edition today to showcase the works of both Canadian and international filmmakers with disabilities.

You All are Captains: a film on filmmaking with Moroccan children

You All are Captains recounts the experiences of an European director teaching filmmaking to a group of disadvantaged children in Morocco.

The pursuit of happiness: Ignorance premieres at The Cultch

Ignorance, a production from the Old Trouts Puppet Workshop, is a whimsical and sarcastic puppet documentary for adults on the pursuit of happiness.

Transsexual performer Nina Arsenault explains "The Silicone Diaries"

Nina Arsenault's "The Silicone Diaries" is the astonishing story of her metamorphosis from an awkward man to a sexy woman.

A Spanish caravan of films arrives Friday in Vancouver

Animation, documentaries and sweeping historical drama takes over Vancouver screens this week.

PuSh Festival's "El Pasado" reflects on struggles of a generation in Argentina

Argentine theatrical director Mariano Pensotti play"El pasado es un animal grotesco" follows the lives of four people, reflecting on self-discovery and uncertainty.

Japanese corporate culture comes to life in PuSh Festival's "Hot Pepper"

The captivating and disturbing reality of Japan's office workers is put on stage in PuSh Festival's must-see dance, "Hot Pepper, Air Conditioner and Farewell Speech".

Dovstoevsky's "The Idiot" onstage at PuSh Festival

Stage version of Dovstoevsky's The Idiot brings to life timeless drama about corruption, greed, lust and betrayal.

Sex and Vancouver city

The Naughty but nice Taboo show provided sexy entertainment and practical advice for participants.

PuSh Festival's opening gala party at the Waldorf: photos

Musicians, dancers, artists and culture-lovers gathered at the Waldorf to kick off the PuSh Festival.