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The usual suspects were also frequently cited as reasons: Like many of his generation, he took regular moviegoing at independent single-screen cinemas for granted, even in the face of TV and VHS. To find out, they returned to the region six months later, for the first of several trips they’d take through the Kootenay, Okanagan, Boundary, Columbia Valley and Shuswap regions to make a documentary that would seek to answer some key questions: This behind-the-scenes work bee will give everyone a chance to help sculpt this incredible community project that celebrates the historic McGuire Lake. The player below features the whole show, and we are on from Curtis and Silmara started documenting this transitional period through a series of articles, photography exhibits and short-form videos. We respect your privacy.

Silmara and Curtis are both partners in life and projects. Out of the Interior is an exploration of southern BC’s classic small-town cinemas, a celebration of their tenacity in the digital age and a tribute to the hard-working folks who keep the popcorn hot and the movies on the screens. They live in Vancouver with their toddler, George. Opening reception begins at 7pm and features live music and refreshments. Admission is by donation. As daunting as the challenge might have sounded at first, Cunningham achieved both the intimate-epic range, as well as the sonic crispness of autumn in the Okanagan, by producing a number of tracks in different styles — from the interwoven layers of the opening credits to the solo acoustic guitar music that accompanies some of the travelling scenes. Sign up to receive the latest news and updates of upcoming events.

To find out, they returned to the region six months later, for the first of several trips they’d take through the Kootenay, Okanagan, Boundary, Columbia Valley and Shuswap regions to make a documentary that would seek to answer some key questions: Please note that this event is in a scent free venue.

It also makes me want to see a movie in each of the region’s theatres! The documentary therefore features an intriguing patchwork of music as varied as the character and style of the individual cinemas profiled in Out of the Interior: As far as the directors are concerned, Cunningham succeeded brilliantly.

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These weren’t former cinemas now gutted and functioning as Bingo halls or turned into churches, these were contemporary businesses showing the latest Hollywood movies.

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Tickets and more info available at www,shuswaptheatre. Silmara is a Graphic Designer and photographer while Curtis is a teacher and writer. For the official pie contest rules call the Village at or email info salmonarmmuseum.

At the front of the auditorium, Trevor took out his guitar and tuned up. This work became the basis of their multi-media Projection Project. And the stories of those employed there, as told to Curtis and Silmara in lobbies, concession areas, auditoriums and projection booths throughout the southern interior, are personal and unvarnished; often celebratory, frequently funny, sometimes sad — but are always real, and always rooted in the community.

Enjoy locally-roasted organic coffee and fresh-baked cookies beginning at 2pm, with the artist talk at 2: Salt Spring Film Festival saomar. Every piece snapped into the movie like a jigsaw puzzle.

He played flawlessly, one take each, with the wonderful acoustics of the big room sending the music soaring. The documentary is also a tribute to the hard-working men and women of the region who keep the popcorn hot and the movies flickering on our screens.

The Towne closed in the late 80s and then again in the late 90s, but it seemed to still be there, and he gave little thought to what it takes to keep an independent single-screen theatre’s lights on. However, Vernon’s Towne had not only managed the expensive digital conversion, but was holding its own against a Galaxy 7 multiplex just up the street.

Opening reception at 7pm with live music and refreshments. With Curtis holding a small digital microphone in front of him and Christine sitting in one of the front rows, listening intently with her eyes closed, Trevor played both pieces. We respect your privacy. My job, like any movie composer — whether working with documentary or narrative film — is to support and enhance those elements, not overwhelm them.

Send us a message, we’ll be happy to hear from you. Curtis and Silmara started documenting this transitional period through a series of articles, photography exhibits and short-form videos. Opening reception begins at 7pm and features live music and refreshments.

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The server encountered an error. The experience is rich in nostalgia, but the theatres aren’t museums: Read about the play at www. For a script or more information, contact Julia. Piece-by-piece, More assembles her Wall of Sound onstage using an electronic loop pedal to live-mix her strange arrangement of musical instruments — including flute, electric guitar, and glockenspiel.

Sign up to receive the latest news and updates of upcoming events. Out of the Interior: The usual suspects were also frequently cited as reasons: It is a testament to his skill as a composer and arranger that Cunningham was able to take such divergent requests on, and produce pieces that indeed reflected the requests while also being original and consistent with the overall vibe of the movie.

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In they started documenting, through photography and in text, the switch from ffilm film projection to digital movie exhibition, which led to the creation of the Projection Project — a multimedia look at moviegoing in the digital age. I was channeling that sort of meditative calmness one gets along the Coquihalla or the winding mountain routes of the Rogers Pass…[in addition to] those beautiful forested roads, like the one that runs from Winlaw through Nakusp and Cherryville.

The player below features the whole show, and we are on from As daunting as the challenge might have sounded at first, Cunningham achieved both the intimate-epic range, as well as the sonic crispness of autumn in the Okanagan, by producing a number of tracks in different styles — from the interwoven layers of the opening credits to the solo acoustic guitar music that accompanies some of the travelling scenes.