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Stephanie Soechtig is here to challenge your most basic beliefs about nutrition and health. And if enough people get the message, then her documentary Fed Up (opening Friday [May...
Tom Hardy has made miracles happen on film, whether it’s transmogrifying into the dandy human pit bull Bronson or rescuing The Dark Knight Rises from being entirely unwatchable....
Robson Square becomes groove central again this year when the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival returns with its free Downtown Jazz Weekend (June 21 and 22). The Boom Booms...
Director Michael Winner provided one of the low points in ’70s cinema when he cast actual carnival sideshow performers to play the occupants of hell in The Sentinel. Contrast that...
Six years ago, under the banner Rated Y for Youth, the DOXA Documentary Film Festival introduced its school outreach program with a series of films aimed at high school students....
Imagine a government agency breaking into your house and replacing your computer with an exact replica. Or beaming radio signals into your home to mess with your head. Or...
She stood shoulder to shoulder with Pete Seeger at the Newport Folk Festival in 1959. It was at the dawn of a career that’s seen Joan Baez mingle music with activism, from her...
The horror community has showered them with hosannas, but here’s an award the Soska twins never saw coming. On Wednesday (April 30), the writing-directing team behind cult-horror...
Sixty-six-years old, and she’s still—to quote Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens—hotter than a Mexican’s lunch. “Ha! And you know who came up with that line, don’t you?” asks...
All of his films get under your skin, but A Field in England feels like a landmark in Ben Wheatley’s career. “There’s been a more obsessional response to it, maybe,” suggests the...

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