The Vancouver International Film Festival starts at the end of September and tickets went on sale this past Sunday. I’ve been covering the VIFF for about three years now and each time I do, I start by mining Marina Antunes for information. She helps run the RowThree podcast and blog, which is in my opinion, […]
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The First Weekend Club presents Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel by Brigitte Berman this Thursday at the District 319 Theatre. Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel takes an intimate look at the outspoken, flamboyant founder of the Playboy empire. When Hefner launched Playboy magazine in 1953, he became a champion of the sexual revolution […]
The Museum of Vancouver presents MOV-ie in the Park August 23rd at Vanier Park. Eat Drink Man Woman (1994) An aging master chef with three single daughters, elaborate Sunday dinners and sisters with complicated love lives, family dysfunction and food. The event is free to the public so bring a blanket, ride your bike (free […]
Burnaby is hosting its own free outdoor movie nights this month at Civic Square. Photo credit: I am I.A.M. on Flickr August 5, 2010 Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs August 19, 2010 KJ: Music & Life, a Cantonese film with English and Chinese subtitles. An award-winning documentary about a 17-year-old music prodigy from Hong […]
Free outdoor movies are a smash hit in Metro Vancouver this summer in Stanley Park, in Burnaby, at Nat Bailey, at Holland Park in Surrey, and in Yaletown. Now, they’re coming to Coquitlam Centre with a unique twist. Photo credit: Thomas Hawk on Flickr Summer drive-in movies will be presented every Wednesday in August in […]