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American middle class unravels in darkly funny Detroit

American middle class unravels in darkly funny Detroit

Written by Lisa D’Amour, Detroit is a scorching, darkly funny look at the unravelling of the American middle class and what the consequences might be.
Lavender scented with familiar psychological thriller clichés

Lavender scented with familiar psychological thriller clichés

In psychological thriller Lavender, Abbie Cornish stars as a woman whose childhood trauma is coaxed out of repressed memory after a car accident leaves her with a nasty bump on the head.
4 things to do in Vancouver: Nov. 3 to 9, 2016

4 things to do in Vancouver: Nov. 3 to 9, 2016

1. Conceived by renowned Japanese artist Takashi Murakami and co-curated with Evan Pricco, editor-in-chief of Juxtapoz Art & Culture magazine, Juxtapoz x Superflat showcases the work of more than 30 artists from Japan, Korea, Canada, the U.S.
Priced-out artist sings familiar tune

Priced-out artist sings familiar tune

Local folk band laments Vancouver’s affordability crisis on new album
Cavendish is nearly picture perfect in Bakersfield Mist

Cavendish is nearly picture perfect in Bakersfield Mist

There’s a gift waiting for you at the Stanley and it’s Nicola Cavendish. She’s simply a knockout in Stephen Sachs’ Bakersfield Mist in spite of — or possibly because of — being more foul-mouthed and brash in a role than you’ve ever seen her before.
Latest Da Vinci Code sequel, Inferno, smolders across the screen

Latest Da Vinci Code sequel, Inferno, smolders across the screen

You have to admire any film that aims to make musty, old archives sexy, or one that tries to remind today’s coders and comp-sci majors that art and literature are still a thing.
Nettie Wild’s latest film explores northwestern B.C. and finds art in the unexpected

Nettie Wild’s latest film explores northwestern B.C. and finds art in the unexpected

Q&A with filmmaker on new documentary KONELINE
4 things to do in Vancouver: Oct. 27 to Nov. 2, 2016

4 things to do in Vancouver: Oct. 27 to Nov. 2, 2016

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Straight Jacket Winter explores isolation... in a collaborative way

Straight Jacket Winter explores isolation... in a collaborative way

Offstage creators have their hands all over production
McGregor’s movie adaptation of American Pastoral gets lost in the weeds

McGregor’s movie adaptation of American Pastoral gets lost in the weeds

Ewan McGregor is clearly proud of his first directorial effort, American Pastoral, based on Philip Roth’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.