Film

The Ticket: Vancouver Queer Film Festival

The Ticket: Vancouver Queer Film Festival

Get ready—the city's second largest film festival is back.

5 Cool Events to Check Out in Vancouver this Week (July 9 to 15)

5 Cool Events to Check Out in Vancouver this Week (July 9 to 15)

This week, check astrophysics, art, and army-crawling through a mud pit off your summer bucket list.

Film-Loving Foodies: Devour Osoyoos is the Festival for You

Film-Loving Foodies: Devour Osoyoos is the Festival for You

This mash-up event pairs Canada's top chefs with amazing short films for a weekend of food and cinema.

5 Awesome Events Happening In Vancouver This Week (March 5 to 11)

5 Awesome Events Happening In Vancouver This Week (March 5 to 11)

Film-watching, storytelling, grinding and more fun things to do in Vancouver this week.

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (January 22 to 28)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (January 22 to 28)

Hit the slopes, watch the silver screen and more great things to do this week in Vancouver.

10 Awesome Events Happening in Vancouver November 2017

10 Awesome Events Happening in Vancouver November 2017

More haunted houses, improv battles and rugby games to keep the fun going this fall.

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13 International Films to Look Out for at VIFF

13 International Films to Look Out for at VIFF

Vancouver International Film Festival is back, and with it a chance to savour the best in contemporary world cinema. Fiona Morrow begins her top picks of the festival with a selection of international fiction films—with...

Bringing (Virtual) Salmon Back to False Creek

Bringing (Virtual) Salmon Back to False Creek

Immersive cinematic spectacle Uninterrupted gives a glimpse of  B.C.'s iconic species to downtown city dwellers.

This Web Series Competition is Revitalizing Vancouver’s Film Scene

This Web Series Competition is Revitalizing Vancouver’s Film Scene

Zia Marashi and Kristyn Stilling's competitive web series helps to connect local creators in Hollywood North.

Maple Ridge Has a Film Festival Now, Too

Maple Ridge Has a Film Festival Now, Too

Maple Ridge’s inaugural Festival of BC Film shines a spotlight on amazing local talent.

Go See This: ‘The Apology,’ a Moving Documentary on Japanese “Comfort Women”

Go See This: ‘The Apology,’ a Moving Documentary on Japanese “Comfort Women”

The Canadian-directed doc following the story of three former "comfort women" screens December 3 and 4 in Vancouver.

The Godfather of Cinema

The Godfather of Cinema

A film celebrating the man who basically invented motion pictures as we know them.