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Documentary explores the life and art of Kwakwaka’wakw artist

Film review: Meet Beau Dick: Maker of Monsters is a loving tribute to a...

Beau Dick is a Kwakwaka’wakw artist who, at age 14, returned to the remote village of Alert Bay, where he would go onto become...
Iridescence

Film review: Iridescence is stylish

The highly stylized Iridescence is told with a stunning production design by Mayra Ometto, using dance choreographed by Danielle Gardner, and music from Armando...
Byron Noble, Paula Burrows, and Stacy Mahieux star in the new web series, The Dangers of Online Dating. Photo: Facebook/Sandra Minarik.

New web series chronicles The Dangers of Online Dating

With eHarmony reporting a quarter of all Canadians aged 18-34 have tried online dating, it shouldn't be a huge surprise someone would create a...
Win passes to an advance screening of Battle of the Sexes

Win passes to an advance screening of Battle of the Sexes

In the wake of the sexual revolution and the rise of the women’s movement, the 1973 tennis match between women’s world champion Billie Jean...
Rama Luksiarto is both director and subject in Crossing Bridges

Crossing Bridges is part of a journey for young filmmaker

The annual Vancouver Queer Film Festival gets underway on August 10, featuring more than 50 films in the annual curated festival celebrating queer cinema....
The Sundance Award-winning film, I Dream in Another Language (Sueño en Otro Idioma), opens the 29th annual Vancouver Queer Film Festival.

Silver screens turn a shade of pink in August for the 2017 Vancouver Queer...

Tickets for the 2017 Vancouver Queer Film Festival (VQFF) go on sale today, featuring a line-up of more than 50 films in the annual...

BC film and television awards opens nominations to gender-fluidity

In an historic move, British Columbia's annual film and television awards, The Leo Awards, has accepted a gender-fluid performer's request to be submitted in...

Film review: O, Brazen Age

Writer-director Alexander Carson has woven a series of interconnected stories on a bunch of twenty-something artists contemplating life, the universe, and everything. Dreamily shot with...
The 2017 Oscars

Ranking Hollywood’s best

With Ryan Gosling and Denis Villeneuve vying for best actor and director nods at this year's Oscars, this year's CanCon may be small but it...
Vancouver filmmaker Patrick Stark goes from documentary to featured drama with Any Wednesday

Vancouver filmmaker teams up with Academy Award winner on new feature

Making headlines in 2015 in his quest to overcome a phobia of singing in front of crowds, Patrick Stark aimed high. Rather than opting for karaoke...

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