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You know Bong Joon-ho from Parasite, but here’s a chance to get familiar with his earlier work. Tonight, the Rio is screening Memories of Murder remastered, Joon-ho’s 2003 crime drama. When you get home and can’t sleep, you can binge the rest of his films.
The Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra has swiftly moved their Global Soundscapes Festival online, with several online virtuoso performances released every Thursday in November. Last week four online shows launched, including local musician Anthony McNab Favel’s stylings on the kiskosi, an Indigenous flute. There’s four more premiering this Thursday, so you can throw your own personal concert.
Take a (distanced) peek inside artist’s studios or binge online events at this year’s Eastside Culture Crawl. There are over 250 artists participating and plenty of diverse works to choose from (and you can learn more about Kayan Hamadeh, the artist who painted the above work, here). Support local artists and take a healthy visual break from your Twitter feed.
The Amaryllis is a comedy, but there’s darker bits that will ring especially true during these grand old unprecedented times. The show tackles the issues with isolation and the fear of going outdoors (sound familiar?) through a touching tale of two quirky siblings. Seating is limited and COVID-19 safety protocols are in place—you can read more about them here.
Cibo Trattoria is providing us with a pretty tempting dinner to treat ourselves (so long as truffles are your thing). Their truffle prix-fixe menu includes Risotto Bianco served with shaved white Alba truffle and black and white truffle-scented chocolate—so leave mush room for dessert.