Vancouver Screen Scene: Sandra Oh, Bates Motel, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, and UnReal

Sandra Oh returns to the city where her career began to take off: Vancouver.

Best wishes for Year of the Rooster to all!

In the wake of Lunar New Year celebrations in Vancouver, a new feature film is on the horizon that brings together talent from both Canada and China.

There’s also a dramedy series finishing up one season and going straight into shooting the net one, a psychological horror TV series wrapping up its latest season, and a TV series about a fictitious reality TV series that is getting into shooting its third season.

Got all that? Good. Let’s get into the full details, shall we?

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Sandra Oh, Bates Motel, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, and UnReal

This Week’s Top 5 Instagram Photos of Vancouver – Jan. 25, 2017

photo: Ann Hung / Flickr

Check out this week’s top 5 Instagram photos from @Inside_Vancouver!

The talented photographers who snapped these shots have either tagged us in their post or have included the #veryvancouver hashtag in their caption.

Follow us on Instagram, tag us in your next snap, and you may see your picture featured here.

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This Week’s Top 5 Instagram Photos of Vancouver – Jan. 25, 2017

Small, Independent Arsenal Pulp Press Publishes the Big Voices of Communities

A snapshot of some of the Arsenal Pulp Press books I own / Photo by Casey Stepaniuk

By Casey Stepaniuk

Chances are, if you’ve read a great queer book recently—especially one by a Canadian author—it was published by Vancouver’s own Arsenal Pulp Press. Some fiction and poetry writers you might be familiar with that Arsenal Pulp Press has published include Ivan Coyote, Sarah Schulman, Vivek Shraya, Ashley Little, Amber Dawn, and more! You might also have come across one of their great cookbooks, like Decolonize Your Diet (about vegetarian Mexican-American food) and multiple vegan cookbooks including ones by Dreena Burton and Tanya Barnard and Sarah Kramer.

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Small, Independent Arsenal Pulp Press Publishes the Big Voices of Communities

Vancouver Screen Scene: Seth Rogen, Casey Affleck, Molly Parker, and more

Workaholics stars Anders Holm, Blake Anderson, and Adam Devine will be wreaking havoc in Vancouver soon.

In this week’s roundup, we list a few anticipated TV series that are getting into gear on set and one series that’s wrapping up.

But as expected with the new year, a number of new productions are on the horizon and we’ve got two new ones heading our way to chat about.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Seth Rogen, Casey Affleck, Molly Parker, and more

This Week’s Top 5 Instagram Photos of Vancouver – Jan. 18, 2017

Photo: SeaSide Signs / Flickr

Check out this week’s top 5 Instagram photos from @Inside_Vancouver!

The talented photographers who snapped these shots have either tagged us in their post or have included the #veryvancouver hashtag in their caption.

Follow us on Instagram, tag us in your next snap, and you may see your picture featured here.

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This Week’s Top 5 Instagram Photos of Vancouver – Jan. 18, 2017

Vancouver Screen Scene: Deadpool 2, UnReal, Menendez brothers, The 100, and more

The foul-mouthed sequel to the foul-mouth Deadpool, starring the Ryan Reynolds, will be shot in not-so-foul Vancouver.

Well, true believers, the dates have been confirmed for when a certain merc with a mouth will be back to wreak havoc in town (and shut down a few streets).

Also in this roundup, we take a look at a series about TV imitating reality TV, a TV movie about an unsettling murder case from the 1980s, and more.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Deadpool 2, UnReal, Menendez brothers, The 100, and more

4 Queer Vancouver Poets You Should Know

Daniel Zomparelli | Image via lemonhound.com

By Casey Stepaniuk

This is only a small smattering of the diverse, talented queer poets living in Vancouver. Don’t miss their work!

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4 Queer Vancouver Poets You Should Know