One of Canada's sports success stories was based here in Vancouver—but it remains one that many Canadians know little about.
The Buffy the Vampire Slayer star is slated to make an appearance at a fan convention in Vancouver
For the sixth year, screen productions filming in B.C. are competing to raise funds for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank.
Always remember: Mars ain't the kind of place to raise a kid.
The 37th edition of the Vancouver International Film Festival kicked off on September 27.
A B.C. boy has received one of the best-ever birthday cards.
Marcon Development Ltd. has applied to redevelop the location of Rosellen Suites at Stanley Park hotel.
There's been a lot of buzz about Batman lately—or shall we say Batpeen?
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Cineplex will roll out more entertainment-enhancing technology in its theatres across Canada.
News of the murder of January Marie Lapuz brought a South Asian LGBT organization in Metro Vancouver to a halt.
Local author and poet Amber Dawn is leaving Out on Screen for a second time.
Visit Mr. Fred Rogers one more time at the Rio Theatre.
A local organization is continuing to raise awareness about pipeline issues in B.C.
Now that's a killer guitar riff.
One of the world's earliest international video centres was launched right here in Vancouver.
It's over—and that's a good thing.
Be among the first to catch these titles.
An upcoming film retrospective this weekend will offer an opportunity to reflect on the cinematic accomplishments of British Columbian fi
The people and circumstances for both milestones could not be more contrasting in narrating the continuing Chinese search for recognition and acceptance in mainstream North America.
Only recently rediscovered and restored, this miniseries was made a master of cinema.
Metro Vancouver will have a second Cineplex theatre devoted to event-based cinema—this time on the North Shore.
The indigenous Filipino martial art goes by the names arnis, kali, and eskrima.
The event will also feature lion dancing, mah-jong, ping pong, and musical performances from groups like the Vancouver Chinese Choir Association.
Minister Pablo Rodriguez highlighted the $125 million investment.