This summer Pull Focus, an independent Gastown-based non-profit film school, will be partnering aspiring filmmakers and non-profit organizations as a part of their filmmaking for social change program. Rhino Neal Those interested in filmmaking can take one of five summer courses to learn everything from the basics of editing to producing documentaries. Students are not […]
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The 12th annual Leo Awards celebrating achievements in BC film and television will take place tonight and tomorrow at the Westin Bayshore. I interviewed the President of the Awards, Walter Daroshin for my new weekly events column for TV Week online. “We suggest that [the industry] just take one little pause for a weekend, once […]
The First Weekend Clubâ€™s Canada Screens series will host a special screening of Sook-Yin Leeâ€™s Year of the Carnivore at the District 319 theatre. Sook-yin Lee‘s “Year of the Carnivore” is a quirky romantic comedy with an unexpected twist. Having written, directed and even composed much of the soundtrack for the film, “Year of the […]
Sex and the City is returning to the big screen and even here on the West Coast gals and guys alike are getting ready for the glamorous sequel. To help build the excitement for this film, BCLC is launching a series of Sex and the City themed scratch and win tickets, available in lotto stores […]
Yesterday a crowd gathered in what used to be Workspace to welcome Disney’s Pixar animation studio to Gastown. The Georgia Straight took some video at the event which you can view on YouTube. Thanks to the Province of BC for also sharing their video of the event on YouTube and including the cute introduction that […]