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Short Film: The Prince 2017 | Drama | Filmed in Vancouver Director: Kyra Zagorsky | Starring: Lee Majdoub, Ashé Sabongui, Bodhi Sabongui, Brendan Taylor, Kim Villagante, Scott Mc Grath, Jennifer Copping, & J.
Alex Brinson Synopsis: Young tap dancer Olivia and her uncle Amir, an actor, struggle with what it means to be Middle-Eastern Canadian in today’s racially divided world.
After an incident in his father’s restaurant, Jay, a Korean-American high school student, finds himself pulled into LA’s underground hip hop scene where the two worlds collide.
SUNDAY, MARCH 25 at pm Feature Film: Hello Destroyer 2017 | Drama | Filmed in Prince George & Vancouver Director: Kevan Funk | Starring: Sara Canning, Ian Tracey, & Jared Abrahamson Synopsis: A young junior hockey player’s life is shattered by an in-game act of violence.
Highlighting films created in beautiful British Columbia, the festival is scheduled to take place at The ACT Arts Centre during the last weekend of March.
When: Friday, March 23 to Sunday, March 25, 2018 Where: The ACT Arts Centre (11944 Haney Place, Maple Ridge) Tickets: Available online, by phone at (604) 476-2787, or in person at The ACT Arts Centre (11944 Haney Place, Maple Ridge).
I have a pair of passes to give away (0 value) that will give one lucky winner at their guest access to all films throughout the 3 day festival, plus the opening reception.
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There was little romance left between Zhou and her husband, and eventually the relationship became too exhausting for both of them, she said.
“We were in love at first sight and it will always leave a scar that the relationship ended in divorce, but I think it is less painful than if we hated each other and let the boy live in a hostile environment,” Zhou said. My quality of life is not affected.” Unlike older generations who may have settled for an unhappy marriage, divorce is no longer socially taboo in China.