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Having mastered the visual arts since his retirement in 2008, presidential man-child George W. Bush has gone on to further hone his literary skills with a biography of his father...
One band, one dance, and one movie bring a touch of cinema to this year's Powell Street Festival, starting with the launch of the 38th edition at Electric Owl. Vancouver band Late...
Eminem, Arcade Fire, Bruno Mars, Arctic Monkeys, Nas, Lykke Li, Foster the People, Broken Bells, the Roots—remove half the acts from this list and the 2014 Squamish Valley Music...
Directed by Terry Gilliam. Starring Christoph Waltz and Mélanie Thierry. Rated PG. There’s no better example of Terry Gilliam’s First Law of Excess than 12 Monkeys, in which Chris...
John Waters gets a lot of action in Carsick. There’s a hot J. G. Ballardian encounter with a demolition–­derby driver, a visit to an orgiastic “pirate truck stop”, and a full-on...
Barbara Stanwyck comes to Vancouver the way nature intended this weekend—over 20 feet tall and smouldering. A restored version of the 1944 Stanwyck-Fred MacMurray classic Double...
Like Halloween, when the early October fogs start to roll in, and Kanye West when he isn’t cancelling his shows the day they are supposed to happen, it’s starting to feel like it’...
What an infuriating film. This snappy promo for "conscious capitalism" comes very unstuck somewhere between its profiles of small, community-minded (and Vancouver-based)...
Starring Jan Bijvoet and Hadewych Minis. In Dutch, with English subtitles. Rated 14A. Charismatic strangers have been infiltrating the homes and upsetting the lives of the...
He’s obnoxious and small-minded—a moron, essentially. But there’s still something likable about Lawrence, the hopelessly blind optimist played by Ben Cotton in the Vancouver-shot...

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