Archive of posts tagged "film"

Vancouver Queer Film Festival Birthday Party


Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 — 1:53pm PST
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Out On Screen is turning 30 and they’re celebrating with a birthday party on June 2nd! A party for the LGBT2Q+ community and allies at the Imperial on Main Street will pay tribute to the last three decades of uplifting queer stories at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival.

Free Outdoor Movies at Lansdowne Centre in Richmond


Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 — 1:23pm PST
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Free Outdoor Movies at Lansdowne Centre in Richmond July and August, 2018. The lot on the corner of Alderbridge Way and No 3 Road will be transformed into a drive-in movie theatre, with walk-ins welcome.

Free Outdoor Movies in Vancouver – Vote For Your Faves!


Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 — 7:49pm PST
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Free Outdoor Movies in Vancouver return to Second Beach in Stanley Park for screening events every Tuesday from July 3rd until August 21st, 2018. New this year, you get to pick ote on which movies are screened.

DOXA Documentary Film Festival


Monday, April 23rd, 2018 — 4:54am PST
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The 2018 DOXA Documentary Film Festival program offers 93 films (shorts and features) that offer radical and transformative ideas through music, art, and the power of people working together to create and share solutions. May 3-13, 2018. Enter to win tickets via Miss604!

Elements Film Festival: Win Passes


Tuesday, April 10th, 2018 — 9:11am PST
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Elements Film Festival, April 14 & April 15, 2018, at Science World. Vancouver’s new environmental film festival, features 44 international films and filmmakers from 12 countries all focusing on wildlife and nature, conservation and the environment, action sports and adventure.

National Canadian Film Day 2018


Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 — 9:27am PST
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National Canadian Film Day (“NCFD 2018”) is taking place on April 18th with a spotlight on Female Filmmakers. More than 700 screenings are confirmed to take place in theatres, educational institutions and libraries across the country, and as far away as Iceland, Egypt, Tanzania and Japan.

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