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Lamberto Bava

Duration: 88 mins
Country of Origin: Italy, 1985
Northwest Horror Show
Director: Lamberto Bava


Mar 20 05:00 pm

Anthony Baxter

Duration: 90 mins
Country of Origin: GB, 2014
Vancity Theatre Screening
Director: Anthony Baxter


Mar 14 05:30 pm

“In this 2014 sequel to the award-winning You’ve Been Trumped, director

Anthony Baxter once again follows American billionaire Donald Trump and a cast of other greedy characters who want to turn some of the Earth’s most precious places into golf courses and playgrounds for the super rich.”

This event is $10 and includes a panel discussion/Q&A and a dinner buffet/beverages.

Shonali Bose

Duration: 100 mins
Country of Origin: India, 2014
Women in Film and Television Festival
Director: Shonali Bose


Mar 04 07:00 pm

Margarita, With a Straw

Doors at 6pm, Film at 7pm

A young woman with cerebral palsy lives with her family in Delhi. Her efforts towards romance and self-expression are frustrated until she receives a scholarship to study creative writing and moves to Manhattan. There she falls in love with a fiery young activist and embarks on a journey of sexual and self discovery. When her new relationship upsets her parents, and dramatic events occur, she is challenged to meet new responsibilities while remaining true to herself.

Kalki Koechlin delivers a powerful performance in this inspirational story of love, independence, and determination.

Preceded by the short film: Skin (US, 11 min)

Dietrich Brüggemann

Duration: 110 mins
Country of Origin: Germany, 2014
Vancity Theatre Screening
Director: Dietrich Brüggemann


Apr 03 06:30 pm
Apr 04 06:20 pm
Apr 05 05:20 pm
Apr 09 06:30 pm

Told in fourteen fixed-angle, single shot, individual tableaus that parallel Christ’s journey to his own crucifixion,Stations… is both an indictment of fundamentalist faith and the articulation of an impressionable teen’s struggle to find her own path in life. Though from the outside Maria lives in the modern world, her family and her heart are faithful to a Catholic radicalism that requires sacrifice and devotion at every turn.

"This brilliant and subtle comedy about teenage martyrdom argues that extremism has no place in the modern world." David Jenkins, Little White Lies

"Passionate, generous, witty; Dietrich Bruggemann’s study of a fanatical Catholic family renews one’s faith in the power of slow art movies to change the world." London Evening Standard

Ryszard Bugajski

Duration: 95 mins
Country of Origin: Canada, 1991
Vancity Theatre Screening
Director: Ryszard Bugajski


Mar 10 08:40 pm

A rare chance to revisit this singularly strange, radical environmental, aboriginal rights drama from the Polish filmmaker Ryszard Bugajski (Closed Circuit; The Interrogation). Graham Greene gives the performance of his career as Arthur, who is either a pissed-off warrior on a rampage against a mill encroaching on his people’s land, or a trickster spirit manifesting to teach an ineffectual liberal lawyer (Ron Lea) a lesson about the need for action - unless he’s both?