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published Oct 23, 2014

Five Sure Bets at VIFF 2014

In its 33rd year, the Vancouver International Film Festival is one of the largest film festivals in North America. Featuring 300+ films from over 60 countries, it can be overwhelming. Stick to sure bets (like these) or just be daring and go!

By published Sep 18, 2014
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Lunafest

Oct 2, 2014
Travelling to 150 cities around the globe, Lunafest 2014 touches down in Vancouver at the Kay Meek Center. Screening 8 award-winning short films, from big names including Lyn Elliot and Louisa Bertman, Lunafest is films by women, for women, about women. Inspiring stories filled with hope, humor and humility Lunafest offers the chance for women around the world to connect. 100% of ticket sales raise funds and awareness for Whole Planet Foundation, Inspire Health in Vancouver and the organization's main beneficiary, Breast Cancer Fund.
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Vancouver International Film Festival

Sep 25, 2014
Vancouver's biggest, most high profile film festival is bringing the best cinema from around the globe next Thursday to October 10. In its 33rd year, the Vancouver International Film Festival is one of the largest film festivals in North America. Featuring 300+ films from over 60 countries. Look out for B.C. and Canadian nominated films vying for one of the titles of the Canadian Image Awards and BC Spotlight Awards. And check out these five sure bets from our October issue.
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Start the Show: Rick Staehling on the Art of the Opening Sequence

May 24, 2014

Rick Staehling's three-decade-plus career as CBC's British Columbia film critic started with a review of Hitchock's Family Plot and ended with a review of Toy Story 3. Somewhere along the way he also found time to serve as the art director for Vancouver Magazine and Western Living. Join Staehling at the Vancity Theatre and watch him put 34 years of film watching to work, as he examines the evolution of the opening sequence.