The 2017 Vancouver International Film Festival is coming Sepember 28 and will run until October 13! Featuring over 300 films from BC, Canada and the world, the 2017 Vancouver Film Festival now features new Films+ programming: Creator Talks and the...

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    From September 21 to 24, LiterASIAN 2017 highlights Asian-Canadian literature, history and culture. Centred around the theme of "Storytelling and the Art of the Novel," this year's festival will feature award-winning authors Leslie Shimotakahara,...

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    From August 24th to September 3rd, the 15th Annual Vancouver Latin American Film Festival celebrates the festival’s Quinceañera with films from throughout Latin America, including Argentina, Chile, Mexico and this year’s guest country, Cuba. 

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    We're looking for people to fill two Volunteer Exec positions at CJSF: the Training Coordinator position and a brand-new Volunteer Coordinator position!

    Both Volunteer Exec positions are among the most impo...

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    Teenage Fanclub at the Rickshaw Theatre

    As irrelevant as it may seem, the first thing that struck me when Teenage Fanclub took the stage was their age. They looked like a band made up of your friends' dads. Not that it matters, but certainly most of the working bands, especially those f... Continue reading...

    Two Door Cinema Club at the Orpheum

    When I heard that Two Door Cinema Club would be headlining in Vancouver, I was hit with a wave of nostalgia. Like many fans who played the band’s first two albums Tourist History and Beacon on repeat over five years ago, I knew this w... Continue reading...

    Joel Plaskett and Bill Plaskett at the Vogue Theatre

    Every once in a while, I’ll hear a song in a totally unexpected environment that immediately grasps my full attention, and demands that I discover where it came from, so that I can listen to everything else ever created by that a... Continue reading...

    Vancouver International Fashion Festival

    International is supposed to be a key word here. Unfortunately, the festival lacked diversity with the prevalence Japanese and Chinese national clothing. It catches the eye right at the entrance, where ladies dressed in kimono greet the guests. By... Continue reading...