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barbara findlay describes herself as a lawyer, and therefore a member of a privileged group, who did not herself have the same civil and human rights as everyone else: a paradox that became central to her life and her “lawyering.” more

Reviews

The VQFF program called Lovesong a story about two women “on the edge of something exciting,” but the most enjoyable parts of the film were the little things. more

Arts Reviews

Vengeful spirits, garbage dumps, people-shaped stains and a dilapidated swimming pool—this queer coming-of-age love story has it all. more

Arts Reviews

VQFF's Opening Gala film celebrates the most simultaneously disgusting and visceral bits of the human experience: bodily functions, sodomy and death. more

Arts Reviews

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Now that the lack of a serial comma in a state law has famously caused an appeals court in Maine, USA, to rule against a large company—potentially leading to a multimillion-dollar large settlement—do you stand by your policy of omitting that comma?

—Judy in Port Moody (BC) (seriously)

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