The actor and author, and the latest recipient of the Sam Payne Lifetime Achievement Award from the Union of British Columbia Performers, Stephen Miller, discusses his career in film and television, and more, with Joseph Planta.
The writer Rick Antonson discusses his new book Full Moon Over Noah’s Ark: An Odyssey to Mount Ararat and Beyond (Skyhorse Publishing, 2016), traveling through Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Armenia, as well as the people he encountered, with Joseph Planta.
The actor and instructor at Langara’s Film Arts department Garwin Sanford received the Sam Payne Award from UBCP/ACTRA, and discusses his career and credits with Joseph Planta, as well as the late Anthony Holland, and many other mentors and peers.
The artistic director of Ruby Slippers Theatre, Diane Brown discusses a new co-production (with Zee Zee Theatre) she co-stars in, 5 @ 50, the Brad Fraser play, opening 12 May and running until 28 May 2016 at the PAL Studio Theatre in Vancouver, with Joseph Planta.
The entrepreneur and noted public speaker Sandra Yancey discusses the organisation she founded, eWomenNetwork, the value of networking, the 7th annual eWomenNetwork Vancouver Success Summit (11 May 2016), and more, with Joseph Planta.
The Oscar winning filmmaker John Zaritsky discusses his new film No Limits, which has its debut at the DOXA Documentary Festival, this Saturday, 07 May 2016; it’s a documentary that revisits the victims of Thalidomide he featured in two previous films, with Joseph Planta.
The author and and the 11th Chancellor of Simon Fraser University, Anne Giardini discusses the new book she co-edited with Nicholas Giardini, Startle and Illuminate: Carol Shields on Writing (Random House, 2016), with Joseph Planta.