YVR SCREEN SCENE ANNOUNCES FUNDRAISER FOR UKRAINE

YVR SCREEN SCENE FOR UKRAINEA gala evening in support of humanitarian efforts in Ukraine featuring a special screening of Maidan On March 30, the courage and resilience of the Ukrainian people will fill the big screen at VIFF Centre as part of YVR Screen Scene For Ukraine, an evening in support of humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.  The centrepiece of the evening is a special screening of Maidan, Ukrainian … Continue reading YVR SCREEN SCENE ANNOUNCES FUNDRAISER FOR UKRAINE

One Track Minds

By Stephan Pisko These military henchmen in U.S. – Russia – Iran – China – in all cell countries’ worldwide have one thing common to their “one track minds”: dominate – control – kill – revenge – maybe mass mentality will believe it now in light of this “Iranian Incident” these cell countries’ do not care about their citizens’ irregardless of what they outwardly display. … Continue reading One Track Minds

The Howling Moment Of Change

At this moment everything that our society was built upon seems to be falling away. Showing the true inadequacy of our global community. It seems time and time again we continue to repeat the mistakes of the past, each time we state that we have finally learned the lessons of humanity and yet tribalism still reigns supreme. Each individual tribe has come to live inside … Continue reading The Howling Moment Of Change

Bastard’s Road Talks About The Strength To Keep Going, Something that Is Important in today’s time

By Sanyukta Thakare Bastard’s Road is a journey taken on with no self-interest or benefit. It was meant to be a medium of survival, but instead, it becomes a beacon of love, and hope for so many others. Directed by Brian Morrison, the documentary feature may help many veterans as well as their family members who are in need of inspiration to keep going and … Continue reading Bastard’s Road Talks About The Strength To Keep Going, Something that Is Important in today’s time

Us And Iran Were Both Wrong

By Stephan Pisko Countries’ do not care about their citizens’ Iran’s “missile mishap” is a clean cut example of this fact. Did Iran even think before they fired off (12) Russian made missiles’ that maybe possibly might just might hit a commercial airline/s? And keep in mind this is a “religiously spiritual” based country going back thousands’ of years’ I think that this was a … Continue reading Us And Iran Were Both Wrong

“Surviving Home” A Fascinating Look at What It Means To Be A Veteran

By William Engel “Surviving Home” takes us through the lives of four different veterans, each of whom fought in a different war – Richard Green, a World War II veteran, Claude Thomas, a Vietnam war veteran, Robert “Bobby” Henline, a Gulf War veteran, and Tracey Cooper Harris, an Iraq War veteran. The film alternates between the four veterans’ lives, demonstrating the struggles that each of … Continue reading “Surviving Home” A Fascinating Look at What It Means To Be A Veteran

Human Greed: Go Back, We Fracked Up Everything!

By: Stephan Pisko The greater the human population the greater the chances for humongous human greed with so many more cultures and countries buying into world system structure technologies – fast food – make more – do more – get extra – do the most – get the most – it’s real greed grabbing gusto worldwide to think of (9) billion plus people with virtually … Continue reading Human Greed: Go Back, We Fracked Up Everything!

A Timely and Necessary Story 15 Years AFTER 9-11: Jake Hulse’s film, “Heroes Don’t Come Home”

By Vernon Nickerson Writer/Director Jake Hulse has created an intimate and riveting story for those of us living in the Post 9-11 Generation. Actors Andrew Casanova and Tyler McElroy helm a compelling ensemble cast telling the story of two childhood friends living in the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks.  Like many teenagers of their generation, best friends Tim Estey (played by Casanova) and … Continue reading A Timely and Necessary Story 15 Years AFTER 9-11: Jake Hulse’s film, “Heroes Don’t Come Home”