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Vancouver-shot The Shipment delivers big budget thrills in small package

Vancouver-shot The Shipment delivers big budget thrills in small package

The Shipment was directed by Bobby Bala and screens this week as part of the 23rd annual Vancouver Asian Film Festival.
Here is what the 'graphic’ Stephen King shoot in Vancouver looked like (VIDEO & PHOTO)

Here is what the 'graphic’ Stephen King shoot in Vancouver looked like (VIDEO & PHOTO)

Based on the horror novel The Stand by Stephen King, the set design for the TV series "Radio Nowhere" calls for a great deal of disturbing imagery.
Vancouver-made film challenges our own prejudices

Vancouver-made film challenges our own prejudices

There’s a deceptive simplicity to The Body Remembers When The World Broke Open, which takes place over the space of less than a day.
City warns of ‘graphic’ Stephen King shoot in downtown Vancouver this weekend

City warns of ‘graphic’ Stephen King shoot in downtown Vancouver this weekend

The city has issued a warning to the public due to a shoot for a TV series. The series is based on the post-apocalyptic novel The Stand by Stephen King.
City warns of 'graphic' Stephen King shoot in downtown Vancouver (Videos & Photos)

City warns of 'graphic' Stephen King shoot in downtown Vancouver (Videos & Photos)

Crew were filming a TV series based on a novel by Stephen King in Vancouver and the 400 block of Seymour was transformed into a post-apocalyptic hellscape.
Here's what's set to terrify you at the Vancouver Horror Show Film Festival (VIDEO)

Here's what's set to terrify you at the Vancouver Horror Show Film Festival (VIDEO)

The Vancouver Horror Show Film Festival starts next week and it’s bound to give viewers’ thrills and chills ... especially if you're afraid of evil puppets.
Vancouver short film expresses impact of colonial genocide on Indigenous women

Vancouver short film expresses impact of colonial genocide on Indigenous women

Vancouver short film Spirit Glitch expresses the impact of colonial genocide on Indigenous women and girls by taking us into the interior life of a woman who is struggling to hold her spirit together in the midst of relationship and colonial violence.
Metro Vancouver visual effects artist wins Emmy for Game of Thrones

Metro Vancouver visual effects artist wins Emmy for Game of Thrones

Thomas Schelesny, a visual effects supervisor living in Tsawwassen, won the Emmy last week for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for the episode The Bells on the final season of Game of Thrones.
Documentary unravels mystery of immigrant’s suicide in Vancouver

Documentary unravels mystery of immigrant’s suicide in Vancouver

The World is Bright follows two grieving parents as they investigate what led to their son’s suicide in Vancouver. It premieres at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
Vancouver film and TV editors want bigger slice of the American pie

Vancouver film and TV editors want bigger slice of the American pie

Vancouver’s film and television editors know they’re damn good, and they want American producers to know it, too.