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VIFF Stella Artois Insider Search

Thursday, September 17th, 2009 — 3:16pm PDT
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One of the official sponsors of this year’s Vancouver International Film Festival is Stella Artois and they would like to share the VIFF excitement with one lucky person. They’re on the hunt to find a special Insider who will attend galas, parties, screenings, and premiers on their behalf. Responsibilities: Attend screenings, premieres and great parties […]

VIFF 2009 Preview

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009 — 9:00am PDT
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The Vancouver International Film Festival returns October 1 and for 15 days it will entertain the city with over 375 films showing on 640 screens. This year’s line up is thoroughly impressive as 70 countries will be represented. VIFF got me hooked on documentaries last year and also re-kindled my love of Canadian film. This […]

Vancouver Film and Television Blogging

Thursday, October 16th, 2008 — 8:44am PDT
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Ever since the days of 21 Jump Street, I knew that shows were filmed and produced in Vancouver. In my more formative years, the X-Files was represented the pinnacle of Vancouver television production and after I ran into Arnold at TGIFriday’s on Robson and Burrard (that is now Red Robin) I finally understood that the […]

VIFF Closing Gala Party – The Dress

Saturday, October 11th, 2008 — 12:40pm PDT
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The final day of the Vancouver International Film Festival was cause for celebration. Over the course of about two weeks, 140,000 people sat in on screenings, took part in discussions and enjoyed cinematic masterpieces from around the world. I’ll have a full report on the awards ceremony on E! early next week but since I […]

Granville Construction Jeopardizes VIFF

Thursday, October 2nd, 2008 — 12:33pm PDT
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Every year hundreds of thousands of locals and guests from around the world enjoy the Vancouver International Film Festival. I’ve had the pleasure of covering the events so far for my weekly E!Online column and am just beginning to comprehend the months of planning, scheduling, and hard work that goes into making this event take […]