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Everything Will Be (British Columbia/Alberta) This thoughtful, sensitively observed, and artfully edited documentary by local filmmaker Julia Kwan (Eve and the Fire Horse)...
This summer, we have a few more reasons to be thankful to be living in Vancouver. We’re on the other side of the world from Ukraine and Syria, where they still haven’t figured out...
Coming-of-age films are usually associated with adolescence, but filmmaker Ira Sachs experienced his own such stage in his 40s. Mind you, a delayed adolescence can occur at...
Members of the Law Society of New Brunswick voted against accrediting a controversial Christian law school in B.C. At a special general meeting held on September 13, members voted...
To help quench that indirect thirst you might have whenever things get a little bit too racially diverse for your liking, there's a new beverage out on shelves that hits the...
If you're planning to take in any selections from the Canadian Images series at this year's Vancouver International Film Festival, chances are good you'll catch at least one...
Will Canada's next top Bollywood star hail from B.C. again? It all depends on who enters the competition. If you think you have what it takes to make it big in Bollywood, you'll...
Last year, the Vancouver International Film Festival launched their B.C. Spotlight program, to highlight the best in B.C. filmmaking. It's back again this year, and so is the...
When David Hatfield was 24 years old, his girlfriend sensed something was wrong. He was experiencing symptoms of depression, and she encouraged him to consider getting some...
Two features at this year's Vancouver International Film Festival focus their lenses on Vancouver Asian Canadian communities. Both take a historical perspective but while one is a...

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