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Tinglewood at VIFF

For me, I had worried about directing children, especially when they have to be terrified: in fifty percent of the film they have to be running and fighting for their lives.

Mime artist Yayoi Hirano is always moving forward

She was so professional that whenever I pointed my camera at her, she changed into a performer. In other words, I could not photograph her just as a friend, a woman or a regular person.

Masala Picks for Sep 30 - Oct 3: Drift | VIFF | South Asian Flood Relief + Much More!!

Konnichiwa Vancity Peeps!! In this EoM / VO edition of offbeat event listings we have two big festivals to highlight with many honorable mention events. Unfortunately I have to be in Regina this...

Brainy, brilliant Emcee SHAD talks with Vancouver youth

Shad is more than just another intelligent emcee. He uses simple language to convey complex ideas. You can watch YouTube videos where he freestyles endlessly with solid narrative that is free...

The Vancouver Observer photo pool on Flickr

A summer wrap-up of pictures seen on our Vancouver Observer Flickr group.

BODY WORLDS & the Brain at Science World

We talked with Science World Media and Communications Manager, Pamela Saunders, to get the inside story on an exhibit that takes you inside the human body in a way you'll never forget.

Yukiko Onley exhibit at Pendulum Gallery: The Face of the Artist

Renowned Vancouver photographer Yukiko Onley turns her camera lens on some of Canada’s most creative personalities in The Face of the Artist: Portraits of Cultural Creatives by Yukiko Onley....

The Winnebago Man is coming to Vancouver

It was so funny it just had to be scripted, I thought. But it wasn't.