The Vancouver International Film Festival is on. There are lots of great films to see – many of which you’ll never be able to see again. So it’s a great opportunity to see some unique and amazing movies.
We’ve already seen:
Flower Power Comes Full Circle – an interesting documentary about hippies in Eastern Washington. It was about 15 minutes too long, but fascinating.
Leave Them Laughing – an inspiring story of a woman who deals with ALS with a wicked sense of humour. I often use humour to deal with troubling situations, but I can’t imagine having to deal with a fatal illness.
In the coming weeks we’ll be watching:
Tamara Drewe – British chick-flick
Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie – my personal hero
City of Life – life in Dubai is unreal
The 4th Revolution – Energy Autonomy – solutions for a green future
and a maybe a few more