Goddamn you, stupid recorder
The latest organization to throw its support behind the #SaveTheRio campaign is a big one.
The eight-week series turns its focus this year to women in film.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have never been coy about the love they have for their hometown of Vancouver.
Who says yelling on the Internet doesn’t do anything?
The local talent agent has volunteered his time with many LGBT organizations, including Qmunity and the Vancouver Queer Film Festival.
The building in Kitsilano has received heritage status and that its redevelopment will have to adhere to specific guidelines.
Taking place from July 25 to 29, the symposium offers a safe, intersectional space for womxn artists to share and create culture.
British Columbia's film and TV industry continues its hot streak.
The partnership gives the Sunshine-Coast microbrewery the exclusive rights to sell its beer at the Rio Theatre.
A campaign to resurrect a movie theatre on Broadway—but on the West Side—is underway.
Tolerantly teaching the difference in tiny shifts of weight, the actor realigned my movements, stripping my body of its idiosyncrasies.
His first piece of advice? Become a reader.
Visitors to Granville Island will also get the chance to sample the NFB's cutting-edge work in virtual reality.
The lineup includes classics like WALL-E, Ratatouille, and Up.
The 30th anniversary edition of the festival runs from August 9 to 19.
In recent years, a small number of Vancouver’s neighbourhood movie theatres have been saved from the “wrecking ball” and successfully renovated and reborn as performing-arts spaces.
A new biopic of a Bollywood star has its merits, but it fails to situate actor Sanjay Dutt's story in the broader context of the persecution of minority communities in India.
Telefilm Canada announced over $3 million in funding for four Indigenous feature film projects.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has ramped up efforts to increase diversity among its ranks.
The comic actor has used the hashtag #bewaretheunloved to offer insights into the president's personality.
East Vancouver's Rio Theatre has received an extension in its quest to purchase the premises.
A Deadpool double-bill at the Rio Theatre will have some special guests.
Actor Amanda Seyfried is no stranger to Vancouver.
The veteran actor pumped his fists in the air as the audience went crazy.