ARTS IN BRIEF: Stone in Port Moody

A legendary filmmaker stopped  in at Port Moody city hall earlier this month as part of Vancouver Biennale’s CineFest LIVE.

Oliver Stone talked to area students on June 13 about his latest work Bush and Obama: Age of Terror from his documentary series Untold History of the United States.

Stone is most famous for his award-winning movies Born on the Fourth of July, Platoon and JFK.




Tri-City cultural groups staging a regional project have until July 30 to apply for money from Metro Vancouver.

Up to $10,000 is available to organizations to support research, creation, production, dissemination, audience development, project staff and/or administrative capacity building.

To download a grant form, go to metrovancouver.org.












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