VWF executive director and founder Suzette Laqua explained that she is temporarily suspending the festival.
Season 3, which completed production in Vancouver on July 5, will be released on Netflix on Friday.
Although Fan Expo Vancouver recently wrapped up this past autumn, it's returning in the spring
Once the media started covering this issue, he decided to bail on one of the most prestigious gigs in show business.
Season 1 of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina was released back in October.
Canada's Walk of Fame had inducted 180 Canadian stars thus far.
The amendment proclaiming birthright citizenship was a unilateral move to enfranchise black voters—one of the main reasons the birther-in-chief is going after it.
Alfons Adetuyi's features feels more like an expensive calling card than a full-fledged romantic comedy.
Bryant Reeves is famous—to the extent he’s remembered at all—for playing the whole six seasons that the Vancouver Grizzlies team was based here.
It’s the regular folk captured by Taylor’s camera who arguably make the biggest impression. The filmmaker was especially moved by her interview with Ellie Brett, a barber and ex-con living in Miami.
Their actual outsized personalities do not disappoint in this lively and intimate doc.
The film’s confusion of biological sex roles is one of its great joys.
A local public broadcasting centre is opening its doors to ensure that those in need can continue to access food.
The eight-month diploma program will make the institution one of the only schools in the world able to teach students how to develop and design on the emerging platforms.
A local cinema will be screening videos that supports and empowers LGBT people.
The coming-of-age movie is a first feature for director Geneviève Dulude-De Celles.
Before watching the 20-minute documentary, make sure you have a box of tissues by your side if you're prone to waterworks.
World AIDS Day is on December 1, and here are some related Vancouver events over this coming week.
Okay, this isn't the most earth-shattering story of the year.
At more than three hours and taking place over several years, it feels more like a classic novel than a movie, even of the art-house variety.