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Loosely based on a true tale, the show follows a group of students as they come together for the first time to create a short film.
Behind the scenes of’Late Night Talk’ with host Timm Bruch. Unfortunately for Timm, his dreams are smashed by someone with just a tad more experience.
A group of friends from BCIT Journalism school are given the opportunity of a lifetime, but when tempers are flared, ticks are contrasted, and friends become enemies, the winner of the internship could be anyone.
Abandoned by his mother as a child, Jason is a teacher whose girlfriend is on a humanitarian mission.
21 Jump Street meets The Avengers… except instead of a bad-ass team of Marvel characters, it’s a crew of completely incompetent idiots.
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This year Link Magazine promised to come back bigger and better than […]
On September 2nd, you may have had a chance […]
Horror film As Above, So Below documents a young archaeologist, Scarlet Marlowe […]
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How does the new film stack up to (or squash) previous films in the Godzilla canon? (Can it really get any worse than Puffy and Matthew Broderick?)
Street Art: Explored; A Beautiful World Foundation; Pemberton Festival Preview; Vancouver Fashion Week as seen by men & women, and much more!
In anticipation of the upcoming Record Store Day on April 20, Cory Correia explains the best ways to pick your vinyl.
Spring is in the air, and Laura Shortt explains how you can get the most enjoyment out of one of Vancouver’s prettiest sights.
Lars Von Trier’s four-hour epic in two volumes is a sincere tale of love and loneliness.
In response to Blanchett’s Oscar speech, Montana Cumming digs deeper into exactly what it’s like to be a woman in film today.
Writer Ria Renouf takes a look at the history of drinking games that may have begotten Neknomination.
Some people choose to go to Cancun to get rowdy, […]
This new annual art contest celebrates the artists secretly hiding inside your BCIT instructor
What do cold, hard facts tell us about the most romantic holiday of the year?
We caught the BCIT Student Association up to some antics […]
Before he was Brand Manager at CKNW in Vancouver, Ian Koenigsfest played a part in South Africa’s pirate radio, helping to spread Mandela’s message.
Can Vancouver’s two-day EDM festival, CONTACT, rival with huge dance parties like the Electric Daisy Carnival and Shambhala?
by MITCHELL SAYERS —- Iraq 1968 The Iraq sun set […]
The variety of options at this year’s PuSh Festival might seem a little overwhelming, so below is Link Magazine’s list of the top 5 shows to keep your eyes on.
Link magazine’s latest cover story—and accompanying buxom beauty—raised a lot of […]
In the final issue of Link magazine for 2013, Simon […]
Spice up a regular ski by defying death. Watch Candide Thovex and […]
Maybe upcoming holiday seasons will see more kisses delivered by […]
This season, Senior Editor Sarah Gray divulged the perils of […]
While Vancouver offers an array of holiday displays, events, and […]
Brian Percival’s big screen adaptation of Markus Zusak’s novel of […]
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Holiday entertainment isn’t just about the Hollywood blockbusters and Love Actually commandeering […]
The heat of school deadlines is on full blast this […]
“The Walton Casino” is a serial story told in parts. […]
Museum of Vancouver’s hip, Vancouver-focused exhibits aim to create provocative […]
BC Craft Beer month is about recognizing just how far […]
As the semester carries on and work keeps piling up, […]
Spencer West sits himself on a chair four feet off […]
The first-ever Vancouver Tea Festival took place within the Olympic […]
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of every […]
In the wake of their 25th anniversary, the Vancouver Writers […]
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Pumpkins, witches, black cats, and most importantly – candy. Yep, […]
When I first told my friends I was going to […]
Do you love warm seasonal spices but hate the cloying […]
The horror film Antisocial is a twist on the classic […]
Miley Cyrus’ highly anticipated album Bangerz just dropped at number […]
When you think of a premise for a romantic comedy, […]
Accepting that our extended summer has come to a halt—and […]
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to […]
MGMT – MGMT Columbia MGMT are in their comfort zone […]
Literature lovers, comic connoisseurs, and other book buffs came out […]
Designers and style lovers from across the globe filled the […]
Matt Nathanson brought his pop-rock sound to the Commodore Ballroom […]
War Horse is a rare theatrical experience for culture buffs, […]
Another school year is beginning at BCIT, and with the […]
Vancouver International Film Festival opens on September 26 and runs […]
Latest Vancouver Maritime Museum exhibit explores the nautical origins of […]
Heroes of local indie scene hang up the skates Apollo […]
History of Vancouver Sex Workers lectures Museum of Vancouver April […]
Indicud is more of a passion project than something for […]
Tom Cruise’s latest ode to extra-terrestrials thick on aesthetics but […]
Despite the transformation in how listeners get music, industry experiences […]
Terminal City Rollergirls season opener April 13 Minoru Arena, Richmond […]
Harmony Korine’s new flick is a sunny trip to the […]
Odd Future’s front man offends and entertains with new album […]
The Art of the Sailor March 14-October 13 Vancouver Maritime […]
The Vancouver Poetry Slam provides inspiration through expression The recent […]
Live looping multi-instrumentalist tours Canada to promote the release of […]
More than just “Dick in a Box” B-sides It’s been […]
BC’s “Best Teen Band” not just a shadow of their […]
English-teacher-turned- comedian discusses his jump from school to stage It’s […]
Vancouver International Women in Film Festival March 7-10 Vancity Theatre […]
Amok shows supergroup’s potential It’s here. Sometime in 2009, Thom […]
Largest retrospective of Spiegelman’s work opens at the Vancouver Art […]
Luminous Books Pop-Up Bookshop February 15-March 30 UNIT/PITT Projects Face […]
Hollywood gets a slice of BCIT at this month’s Academy […]
New album more than an exercise in nostalgia When it […]
A president, a dentist, super heroes, and Canadians The Oscars […]
The Animated Short Film category displays great leaps of imagination […]
How I sidled up to the stars and saw Justin […]
How the rise and fall of Canada’s neon capital affects […]
Ongoing until February 14 3rd Annual Vancouver Hot Chocolate Festival […]
Watch out, Spielberg. Michael Haneke’s Amour and its six Oscar […]
While a technical masterpiece, Zero Dark Thirty fails to build […]
Local hardcore punk legends D.O.A. play their final show in […]
Only laziness can get in the way of attending the […]
Condominium development threatens one of Vancouver’s cultural mainstays Vancouver’s arts, […]
Canadian artist shares his sources of inspiration with the audience […]
Deadmau5 headlines the biggest electronic dance music festival ever held […]
January 5 – February 3 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival […]
Two local writers explore the gritty lives of Vancouverites from […]
Landmark Apollo Ghosts Apollo Ghosts have been kicking around Vancouver’s […]
‘Tis the season, so the December calendar of events is […]
Canadian R&B singer The Weeknd mixes old and new for […]
Rihanna sticks to her good-girl-gone-bad motif with Unapologetic Despite what you […]
Cure the chills and ills of exams and the holiday […]
Canzine West allows vendors to showcase a tangible alternative to […]
From Keith Moon’s exploding drum kit to Katy Perry’s fruit […]
November 9-23rd Snoop Dogg Vancouver Art Show The Fall Gallery, […]
Documentary reminds viewers why they should not forgive threats to […]
The Taylor Gang had the crowd on their feet, offering […]
Eric Axen and Sightlines breathe new life into the genre […]
Despite its critical role, Canada’s involvement gets unjustly overlooked the […]
The Halloween Howler October 31 2-5 p.m. Students in Free […]
Main Street Vinyl Fair helps young vinyl lovers start their […]
November 6 Video Games Live Orpheum Theatre Video Games Live […]
“Oldie but a Goodie” Movie Review With the American release […]
La-Ti-Da Records relieve the doldrums and stresses of mid-fall with […]
Directed by: The Wachowskis, Tom Tykwer Stars: Tom Hanks, Halle […]
Author’s post-Potter debut overcomes some contrived mature themes to deliver […]
“Eventually, there has to be a person that leaves Earth […]