He was never considered an icon of style in his early movies like Superbad and Pineapple Express.
Filmmaker and musicologist Beth Harrington is normally based in Vancouver, Washington, but she forays north on Sunday, May 19, to attend a screening of her film at the Rio.
One of the world’s most legendary entertainers, famed for her wholesome, girl-next-door image, has died.
The festival came to an end this weekend, and awards were announced at their closing night held on May 11.
George Takei may have risen to fame as an actor, his political activism has also garnered him an additional following.
Let’s hope that Ryan Reynolds' children don’t have to undergo what he had to contend with when he was growing up here in Vancouver.
One of Canada’s preeminent literary talents will appear in conversation at special event in Vancouver this autumn.
Hindi cinema kingpin Amitabh Bachchan and other film stars have remained silent about Hindu extremists' attacks on minorities in India.
A million little things certainly add up to a lot.
He had been in a coma after suffering a stroke on April 17.
“We’ve been filming here since January and I now know and I have tremendous, profound respect for the survival, strength, and resilience of Japanese Canadians.”
The man himself takes your questions after a screening of Sean Patrick Shaul's fine documentary.