Tammy is back--and as funny as ever--in her role as trophy wife Barbara, in the fourth and final season of the critically acclaimed and multiple Canadian Screen Award winning television series “...
The event showcases six new short films that were created by some of Vancouver’s talented up-and-coming filmmakers. The films range from noir thrillers, to dramatic comedies and science fiction.
Dancing for Lughnasa tells the story of five Irish sisters fending for themselves in their very Catholic Baile Beag ("Little Town").
The room erupted with cheers and outbursts of enthusiasm all through the film. Whistler may have changed over the past ten years, but clearly the sentiment towards the place has not.
Last year I had my first taste of the Vancouver Serbian Film Festival and it was an instant addiction.
The American, starring George Clooney, was actually pretty awesome.
The play eats you up and spits you out. It's brutal. It's demanding. Don't miss it.
Before I hit the road for Uculet this afternoon, I facilitated a writing seminar for twenty fellows from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. I thought it might be an interesting...
I'm obsessed with the spectacle that is the Wendy Williams Show. But my friend Rukiya Bernard wants nothing to do with the drama.