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Vancouver is one of the busiest film and television production centres on the planet. But who powers this thriving local industry? The YVR Screen Scene Podcast seeks to answer that question. Award-winning film and television journalist Sabrina Furminger conducts revealing interviews with the actors, filmmakers, and other talented artists who power the Vancouver film and television industry in this eye-opening twice-weekly podcast.
 
The Vancouver Presale Condos Podcast features developers and new condo projects across the Lower Mainland. It's your direct channel to our city's best developers, where you will hear from the source about what makes each project unique and how upcoming neigbourhoods are transforming. Join Adam and Matt Scalena, hosts of the Vancouver Real Estate Podcast, while they seek out new projects across Greater Vancouver for both investors and end-users at all price points.
 
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Rachel Nichols’ career story is packed with memorable characters from all manner of genre entertainment. She was Kiera Cameron, the ass-kicking cop from the future, on Continuum, one of the only locally shot sci-fi series to actually set their story in Vancouver. She was Alexa, the waitress who enjoys a birthday threesome with Samantha and Richard …
 
Chelah Horsdal has been busy since her first appearance on the YVR Screen Scene Podcast some 193 episodes ago. That episode dropped shortly after she’d wrapped up her critically acclaimed role as Helen Smith on Amazon Prime’s The Man in the High Castle. Since then, she’s been seen in Ash, the astonishing second feature from acclaimed filmmaker Andr…
 
There’s been a lot of buzz about Portraits From A Fire, and it’s all well deserved. The feature film – which won filmmaker Trevor Mack the award for Best BC Emerging Filmmaker at the 2021 Vancouver International Film Festival – is a gutting, poignant, and funny masterwork, and it is finally available for all to see on VOD. Portraits from a Fire cen…
 
If there’s one thing we know how to do in Vancouver, it’s make TV movies. Whether we’re talking festive rom-coms, thrillers, or pulled-from-the-headlines dramas, Vancouver’s film and television industry makes dozens of these films each year for companies like Hallmark, Lifetime, and Netflix. This holiday seasons, tens of millions of viewers all ove…
 
Hey grrrlies, in this episode we jump into the history of the Riot Grrrl movement, starting in Olympia in the early 90s as a backlash to the male-dominated Punk scene. We play some songs by some women in punk in the 70s who made this all possible: the Slits, X Ray Spex, and Patti Smith. Of course we delve into Kathleen Hanna (happy belated birthday…
 
This is the first time the YVR Screen Scene Podcast has dedicated an entire episode to a Christmas movie. But this isn’t your typical Christmas movie. This is a Christmas movie about an Indian-American family, and it stars a bevy of beloved South Asian Canadian stars, wearing Christmas sweaters and decking the halls like many South Asians do IRL al…
 
Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe is beloved around the world for her portrayal of Rita Haywith-Dorman in the Signed, Sealed, Delivered series and films, about the eclectic and dedicated staff of an “undeliverable letters” office. Yan-Kay was only 15 when she booked her first acting gig, and since then she's appeared in an array of roles in films like Snakes on…
 
Kamala Todd is a Métis-Cree community planner, educator, curator, and filmmaker. Her film credits include Indigenous Plant Diva, Cedar and Bamboo, RELAW: Living Indigenous Laws, and Sharing our Stories: the Vancouver Dialogues Project. She writes and directs for children’s television, including the Indigenous science series Coyote's Crazy Smart Sci…
 
Nhi Do is the definition of a versatile actress. In recent years, Nhi has kicked ass as a straight-talking, gun-toting spy in the award-winning web series NarcoLeap, sparked heartache and confusion for Mary Galloway’s Abe in APTN Lumi’s beloved IndigiQueer series Querencia, stirred hearts as a recently arrived refugee from Vietnam who bonds with an…
 
Brian Markinson’s filmography is populated by meanies, baddies, ne’er-do-wells, and other assorted characters who live in morally ambiguous zones in shows like The Romeo Section, Mad Men, Continuum, Arctic Air, and The Killing, and films like Shooter, The Curse of the Jade Scorpion, and Charlie Wilson’s War. He can currently be seen starring opposi…
 
LIVE from the Blackbox Theatre at the Roundhouse Community Centre at The Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival 2021 on October 16. https://www.cacv.ca/vancouver-outsider-arts-festival-2021/ Live musical performances by Rainbows End ~ https://nicerainbowohwaititsgone.bandcamp.com/ Francis Baptiste ~ https://francis-baptiste.bandcamp.com/ thehabeshaman ~ …
 
Simone Bailly is a screen actress, stage actress, painter, singer, deejay, talk show host, producer, model, sci-fi fan, and fan favourite. Simone’s lengthy filmography includes Battlestar Galactica, NCIS: Los Angeles, The L Word, a series regular role on Da Vinci’s City Hall, Smallville, a popular appearance in the Need for Speed: Most Wanted video…
 
The documentary Emergence: Out of the Shadows confronts the alienation and discrimination faced by queer people dealing with sexuality, gender, and coming-out issues in traditional South Asian communities. The film follows Kayden, Jag, and Alex as they awaken to and express their sexuality within conservative South Asian families in Canada and in I…
 
Over the last several years, Steven Roberts has delivered three fearless performances in a trio of searing feature films: in 2019’s In God I Trust, 2020’s Beyond The Woods, and 2021’s River Road. In the first, he’s Tyler, a white supremacist with a hair-trigger temper and major issues with his law enforcement officer dad; in the second, he’s Andrew…
 
Carmen Pollard is a documentary filmmaker, editor, producer, and story consultant whose filmography includes For Dear Life, a feature-length documentary in which she sensitively followed her cousin, Vancouver theatre producer James Pollard, in the three and a half years after his terminal cancer diagnosis, and Dancehalls, Deejays & Distortion, an u…
 
In recent years, actress Rukiya Bernard has spoken publicly and frequently about the blatant racism and racist micro-aggressions she’s experienced as a Black woman in the film and television industry. She’s sat on numerous diversity and inclusion panels. She’s written about it, including in a creative essay titled Dear Becky that we published on th…
 
Content warning: This episode contains frank and graphic talk about mental health, mental illness, and suicide. If you’re thinking about suicide or are worried about a friend or a loved one, the Canada Suicide Prevention Service is available 24/7/365 at 1.833.456.4566. You can also find links to international suicide prevention and mental health su…
 
Untold history is still history, and it deserves to be heard – and the new Knowledge Network documentary series British Columbia: An Untold History aims to tell largely untold stories from and about the land that is known today as British Columbia. Over the course of four riveting episodes, we see that the region’s history is a confluence of cultur…
 
Crystal Balint has taken us to some fascinating places, eras, and moments in time and space on both screen and stage. On screen, she took us to 1950s San Francisco as the lead in BritBox’s The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco, and into the heart and life of Iris Bearden, a former cryptographer turned brilliant sleuth. As Grace on Disney XD’s Mech X4…
 
Today’s episode is all about Family Law, the highly anticipated Global Original series in which one dysfunctional family helps other dysfunctional families in crisis. With its all-star, all-Canadian cast including Jewel Staite, Victor Garber, Zach Smadu, and Genelle Williams, the 10-episode, one-hour legal drama premieres Friday, September 17 on Gl…
 
Ellie Harvie is a veteran actress and stand-up comedian with a filmography a mile long and dozens of award nominations to her name, including two Gemini nominations, a Canadian Comedy Award nomination, and eight Leo nominations. In 2000, she won a Leo Award for Best Performance or Host in a Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series for her delicio…
 
It’s only been a few years since Thomas Nicholson arrived in Canada (from Denmark, by way of England) in search of a new career and purpose, and it’s clear he found both in acting. From Project Blue Book to Supernatural, from Luvia Petersen’s Dog Bite to Netflix mega-hits Virgin River and The Haunting of Bly Manor, Thomas is stealing scenes and mak…
 
Sex/Life has basically lived in the Netflix Top 10 since it first hit the streaming service in June 2021. The eight-part dramatic series tells the story of Billie (Sarah Shahi), a married mom living a sweet life in Connecticut who begins to fantasize about her hot ex-boyfriend after the birth of her second child. She writes all of her sexy memories…
 
Grace Dove is a change-maker, and this abiding passion for change is evident in everything she’s done so far in the film and television industry: as an actor, a filmmaker, and an advocate for Indigenous representation and reclamation. Grace is a member of the Shuswap First Nation who divides her time between Vancouver and LA. Her acting filmography…
 
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