Apple Reveals First Look at #FilmedInVancouver Fantasy Series “See”

In a tantalizing preview of its new streaming service, Apple shared long-awaited teasers of the star-studded shows awaiting viewers – including See, a futuristic fantasy starring Jason Momoa that was filmed in Vancouver and surrounding region.

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Apple Reveals First Look at #FilmedInVancouver Fantasy Series “See”

Two New Exhibitions at Vancouver Art Gallery Interrogate Perception

Cheap Sleeps Columbine, 1994; Photo Credit: Tara Lee

As spring break comes to a close, now might be the perfect time to catch two innovative exhibitions that are currently at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Mowry Baden and Displacement are intertwined exhibitions that really engage with visitors, questioning what they take for granted and assume to be true.

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Two New Exhibitions at Vancouver Art Gallery Interrogate Perception

Guide to what’s happening in Vancouver theatre this April

Royal City Musical Theatre presents Singin’ in the Rain at the Massey Theatre.

There’s lots happening in Vancouver theatre this April. Shows include a stage adaptation of a beloved move musical, a local take on a classic Chekhov play, and an original story about a real-life Canadian women’s hockey team. Scroll below to see what’s coming up.

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Guide to what’s happening in Vancouver theatre this April

Two UK films kick off genre film fest Badass V

A scene from Polterheist, a 2018 UK flick that kicks off this year’s Badass Film Festival.

Two UK films kick off The Fifth Annual International Vancouver Badass Film Festival.

From March 29-31, the festival presents genre films from Vancouver and around the world, along with interactive events featuring filmmakers and live shows. Badass takes over VIFF/Vancity Theatre for its first two days and the Rio on Sunday, March 31. Find out more about films like Polterheist, Perfect Skin (both from the UK), and The Hollow Child below.

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Two UK films kick off genre film fest Badass V

The return of last year’s sensation Hot Brown Honey!

Hot Brown Honey returns to Vancouver from Mar 15 –  30. The cabaret of politics, dance, poetry, comedy, circus, striptease, and song was a smash hit when it played the York Theatre last year, and it’s coming back to the Commercial Drive venue for another run.

Reviewing the show last year for the Vancouver Sun, Jerry Wasserman wrote: “It’s an immensely clever and entertaining show that blatantly sugar-coats, or rather honey-coats, its serious political message. Fighting the power, the Honeys promise, never tasted so sweet.” Find out more below.

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The return of last year’s sensation Hot Brown Honey!

Hot Off the Press! Five Vancouver-Filmed Productions We’re Looking Forward to Most

Vancouver’s film scene is buzzing! In the past few years, the city has morphed into a variety of backgrounds for popular productions on the big and small screens – and there’s even more to look forward to coming up. Below are five productions gearing up to film, or currently filming, that we can’t wait to binge.

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Hot Off the Press! Five Vancouver-Filmed Productions We’re Looking Forward to Most

Vancouver’s Bill Reid Gallery Honours the Connection between Indigenous Women and Water

Becoming Worthy by Marika Echachis Swan

In the heart of downtown, The Bill Reid Gallery showcases Indigenous Northwest Coast Art, the only public gallery in Canada to do so. Named after the talented and celebrated Haida artist Bill Reid, the Gallery does incredibly important work through its permanent collection of the Bill Reid SFU Art Collection and through special exhibitions that aim to educate about Indigenous art and culture.

Starting this spring, the Gallery will be presenting a group exhibition that focuses on water and the power and artistry of Indigenous women.

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Vancouver’s Bill Reid Gallery Honours the Connection between Indigenous Women and Water