Update: The August 7th screening is postponed due to rain. There will be free outdoor movies in Surrey every Saturday night in August. The Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association will be hosting these evening events at Holland Park and have partnered with the Surrey Library on a theme for the films, “read the book, see […]
Archive of posts tagged "film"
Vancouver’s outdoor movie series return this summer to one of our city’s most beautiful settings. The West End BIA will be hosting Dinner & a Movie, free outdoor movie nights in Ceperley Meadow at Stanley Park (right near Second Beach). Photo: Mezzoblue on Flickr July 7th, 2010: Mamma Mia July 14th, 2010: The Goonies July […]
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 […]
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 […]