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Voodoo at VIFF
Oct 2nd, 2010
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.
Oct 2nd, 2010
Good Morning Africa!
There's a moment in the film where Margaret, the journalist from Uganda, goes to the countryside and talks to the women and tries to explain to them that they can protect themselves through the use of
Sep 27th, 2010
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.
Sep 19th, 2010
I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors
It was completely arresting and so innovative with its narrative and take on these issues.
Sep 16th, 2010
Same Planet, Different Worlds. The 29th Vancouver International Film Festival.
September 30 marks the opening day of the 29th Vancouver International Film Festival. This year there are 359 films in total, from 80 countries.
Sep 10th, 2010
The Winnebago Man is coming to Vancouver
It was so funny it just had to be scripted, I thought. But it wasn't.
Aug 31st, 2010
The inside scoop on Walking With Dinosaurs
"To have seventeen full size, one to one scale dinosaurs is just mind boggling."
Aug 27th, 2010
Danny and the Deep Blue Sea
The play eats you up and spits you out. It's brutal. It's demanding. Don't miss it.
Aug 22nd, 2010
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
This is a fantastic film. One of the most surprising films of the year so far. I have to admit, that when I went in to the theatre I had a completely different idea of what to expect. The theatre...
Aug 20th, 2010