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Volker Schlondorff

Duration: 142 mins
Country of Origin: Germany, 1979
Series:
Cinema Salon
Director: Volker Schlondorff

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Feb 03 07:30 pm

Set in Germany from 1925-45, this Oscar and Palme d’Or winning film adaptation of the acclaimed Gunter Grass novel is the story of Oskar Matzerath. Born with an adult’s intelligence, Oskar throws himself down a flight of stairs at age 3 to stunt his growth in protest at the crazy hypocrisy of the adult world, and forever after marches to the beat of his own drum.

Guest Presenter Ken Wallace is a painter and retired associate professor.

Jared P Scott

Duration: 50 mins
Country of Origin: USA, 2013
Series:
Vancity Theatre Screening
Director: Jared P Scott

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Mar 14 02:00 pm

Directors Kelly Nyks and Jared P. Scott’s 2013 film “chronicles ‘America’s leading environmentalist,’ Bill McKibben, in a David-vs-Goliath battle to fight the fossil fuel industry and change the terrifying math of the climate crisis.” This event is $5 and includes a panel discussion/Q&A and snacks/beverages.

Micah Smith

Duration: 60 mins
Country of Origin: USA, 2013
Series:
Vancity Theatre Screening
Director: Micah Smith

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Mar 14 11:00 am

Micah Smith’s 2013 Honor Diaries “is the first film to break the silence on ‘honor violence’ against women and girls.  Honor Diaries is more than a movie, it is a movement to save women and girls from human rights abuses around the world.” This event is $5 and includes a panel discussion/Q&A and snacks/beverages.

Peter Strickland

Duration: 101 mins
Country of Origin: GB, 2014
Series:
Vancity Theatre Screening
Director: Peter Strickland

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Feb 13 05:40 pm
Feb 14 10:00 pm
Feb 15 07:00 pm
Feb 17 08:15 pm
Feb 18 06:30 pm
Feb 19 08:50 pm

The thinking pervert’s 50 Shades of Grey, this ritualized SM lesbian love story is at once tongue-in-cheek erotica, a high art porno pastiche, and, most perversely of all, a sincerely unsettling but genuinely moving love story worthy of Luis Bunuel himself.

"Visually ravishing, emotionally wise, and kinky as a coiled rope, writer-director Peter Strickland’s third feature The Duke of Burgundy is a delight." — Leslie Felperin, Hollywood Reporter

"Strickland’s sapphic giallo dream is a tied up and twisted masterpiece." — David Ehrlich, Little White Lies

"So teasing and elusive that after one viewing, you just want to watch the thing again, and feel your way again around its contours." — Robbie Colin, Daily Telegraph