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VIFF

VIFF 2018: In My Room

The limits of identity are tested by six teenagers whose self-told stories unfold in juxtaposition with each other.

VIFF

VIFF 2018: Le Grand Bal

This long but fascinating French doc vividly captures the sprawling Grand Ball that happens in the middle of the Allier countryside in France each year—and also the universal impulse to dance.

VIFF

VIFF 2018: Genesis

Note that Quebec’s Philippe Lesage retains the hypnagogic mood of his 2015 feature Les Démons without relying on that film’s overt horrors.

Arts Notes

Christopher Lacroix earns Philip B. Lind Emerging Artist Prize

The money is to go towards creating a new project, which will be featured at an exhibition at gallery in 2019. The money is to go towards creating a new project, which will be featured at an exhibition at gallery in 2019. The money is to go towards creating a new project, which will be featured at an exhibition at gallery in 2019. The $5,000 prize is to go toward a new project that will be exhibited at the North Van gallery next year.

Commentary

David Chen: Burning the fields before the election

By mass upzoning most of Vancouver, this takes away the financial risk to developers to create high-density housing and it will sacrifice huge amounts of developer fees needed to build community amenities like community centres and green spaces.

VIFF

VIFF 2018: Carmen and Lola

Perhaps the most telling detail of Carmen and Lola, a competent, detailed portrait of adolescent awakening in the giant closet of a Spanish gitanos community, is how Lola and Carmen talk to each other.

CONFESSIONS

Vancouver Has Taught Me

I moved to Vancouver from Regina about 3 years ago and I was a good guy when I got here. I was a...

I SAW YOU

Al Halbrich trail

It was after three and I asked you about Neverland Falls as we crossed paths. I made it and got...