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The Projection Project exhibition in Vernon, BC

Silmara Albi - photo by Ester Bueno
Remembering the ‘reel’ days of movie houses Published: June 07, Vernon Morning Star. Silmara Albi likes to think of herself as a visual artist. Brazilian-born and raised, she now lives in Vancouver with her Canadian husband. “I miss a lot of things about Brazil, of course, but I...

Salmar Classic Theatre – Community Becomes Family

Salmar Classic Theatre
A unique piece of sculpture rests in the lobby of the Salmar Classic Theatre in Salmon Arm. For years, it was hidden away, up a flight of narrow wooden stairs where it was the most important working piece of equipment in the theatre – the film projector. Now, replaced...

Lights go down on the Ridge’s last picture show

The Ridge Landmark
The 63-year old Ridge Theatre in Kitsilano screened its last film ever on Sunday, Feb. 3. Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris ended a final film festival that also included the Sound of Music, My American Cousin (with director Sandy Wilson and star Margaret Langrick in attendance) and a midnight...

Film Fades to Black

Films in the garbage bin
Digital projection technology threatens to leave smaller theatres in the dark