IHOP® Restaurants throughout Canada are celebrating the release of 20th Century Fox’s latest family adventure film “The Kid Who Would Be King” with new whimsical Kids’ menu items inspired by the movie and adding new augmented reality elements and games to IHOP’s Pancake SquadTM App that bring the film to life in the restaurant, day and knight.
The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival (PuSh Festival) celebrates its milestone 15th annual edition, January 17 to February 3, 2019, at various venues across the Lower Mainland. Featuring 26 works from 24 companies from 13 countries — including six world premieres — this extraordinary showcase of visionary collaboration and risk-taking is a highlight of the city’s cultural calendar.
Here is a brief review of two more films you’ll soon be able to see at VIFF 2018. The Sisters Brothers “The Sisters Brothers” is a cowboy movie with a twist. Instead of being entertained by two upstanding citizens trying to tame the Wild West in 1851, we meet Charlie (Joaquin Phoenix) … Read moreVIFF 2018 – More to see…
VIFF unveils Special Presentations slate for 2018 edition 37th Vancouver International Film Festival September 27 – October 12, 2018 The Vancouver International Film Festival’s (VIFF) Special Presentations series features 16 of the most highly anticipated and acclaimed films of the festival season. Canadian films in the series include the late Rob Stewart’s final testament, … Read moreVIFF 2018: Oscar contenders and Hollywood star power in Special Presentations
37th Vancouver International Film Festival September 27 – October 12, 2018 As part of the Vancouver International Film Festival’s VIFF Live! program, RZA, the award-winning musician, film director and leader of rap group Wu-Tang Clan, will live-score the Shaw Brothers’ Kung Fu classic The 36th Chamber of Shaolin on October 9, 2018 at the Orpheum … Read moreVIFF 2018 presents a live RZA performance and the dynamic ALT stream
37th Vancouver International Film Festival September 27 – October 12, 2018 The Vancouver International Film Festival’s (VIFF) film streams Sea to Sky presented by TELUS, and True North presented by Telefilm, offer moving Indigenous stories with the Western Canadian Premiere of Edge of the Knife, the first narrative feature in the Haida language; Picking Up … Read moreIndigenous stories of redemption and other Canadian narratives, plus advice for indie Oscar hopefuls and mentorship program at VIFF 2018