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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...
Ben Ratner stars and directs in the film short, Ganjy.

Film review: Ganjy packs an emotional wallop

The aftermath of a boxing match is often bloody, but the aftermath of a boxing career can be tragic. ... this rough yet tender film packs an...
In Meet Cute, two strangers share an unexpected kiss at a wedding that changes everything they thought about themselves and their sexuality.

Meet Cute refuses labels

A chance meeting on the set of a Vancouver-shot television show proved to be a creative stroke of luck for Vancouver actor Patrick Currie. We...
Jason Karman's The Promise plays as part of The Coast is Queer at the 2016 Vancouver Queer Film Festival

The Promise and Two-Sided Ride are very different films

Vancouver filmmaker Jason Karman has lost track of how many of his films have appeared in the Vancouver Queer Film Festival. It’s not about numbers, it’s...
It Runs in the Family appears at the 2016 Vancouver Queer Film Festival

Queer Film Festival documentary takes viewers on a queer family road trip

Silver screens turn a bright shade of pink in August as the 28th edition of the Vancouver Queer Film Festival gets underway.  Among the...
In Eternal two actors repeat the same scene from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind for two hours.

Eternal is all about the ending

It’s more common than you might think, as film fans will watch and re-watch their favourite movies. But what about re-watching a specific scene...
In Kindergarten Da Bin Ich Wieder, Audrey Ragnarson (Aubrey Arnason) is forced to go back to kindergarten to complete her education.

Filmmaker Aubrey Arnason goes back to school in Kindergarten Da Bin Ich Wieder

One-half of the locally shot The Wedding Belles duo, award-winning Vancouver-based actor, director and television producer Aubrey Arnason is branching out with her short...
Amy's Mythical Mornings use Canadian stories to help tell life lessons

Locally produced cartoon is out to save Canadian culture

The new locally produced animated series Amy's Mythical Mornings is not only out to teach kids about Canadian culture, but the importance of oral...
Vancouver web series All My Pants took home three awards from this year's LA Webfest

Vancouver soap opera parody All My Pants brings home the goods from LA Webfest

When Vancouver Film School students Shelley Stein-Wotten and Dan Christensen created their web series All My Pants as part of the school’s writing for...
Songs She Wrote About People She Knows

Film review: Songs She Wrote About People She Knows is a charmingly quirky film

Kris Elgstrand writes and directs this quirky Canadian comedy about Carol, played by a deadpan Arabella Bushnell, a woman who attends a music therapy...