The Canadian Horror Show
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The Canadian Horror Show

With Canadian genre films experiencing a renaissance, we’re thrilled to present a selection of seminal Canuck horror this Halloween, from a lost Cronenberg classic to contemporary cult fare. In celebration (or preparation?) for the spine-chilling Canadian cinema we’ve about to splash on the screens of the Vancity Theatre, we asked our Twitter followers to write their … Continue reading

Hope and Wire Trilogy: October Vancity Theatre Screening
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Hope and Wire Trilogy: October Vancity Theatre Screening

A New Zealand TV feature length three episode drama inspired by true events with first-hand accounts and employing actual newsreel footage, Hope and Wire is set in the aftermath of the Earthquakes that destroyed New Zealand’s Christchurch between 2010 and 2011, telling a universal story of family, faith and triumph against the odds. It’s the aftershocks that … Continue reading

The Two Faces of January: October Vancity Theatre Screening
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The Two Faces of January: October Vancity Theatre Screening

Fresh off the 2014 Vancouver International Film Festival program, The Two Faces of January will be screening this October at the Vancity Theater at 1181 Seymour St. TICKETS. Based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith, whose other works include “The Talented Mr. Ripley” and “Strangers on a Train”(both of which have been adapted into acclaimed … Continue reading

VIFF 2014 BC Spotlight: 4 Questions with Ana Valine
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VIFF 2014 BC Spotlight: 4 Questions with Ana Valine

Based on the novella The Trouble with Marlene by Billie Livingston, Sitting on the Edge of Marlene is a dark and bittersweet comic drama playing at VIFF 2014 (September 25th to October 10th) as part of the BC Spotlight series. Directed by Ana Valine, the film tells the story of a mother/daughter con artist duo who just … Continue reading