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Vancouver International Film Centre

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Vancouver International Film Centre

The Vancouver International Film Centre as seen from Seymour Street

The Vancouver International Film Centre houses the 175-seat Vancity Theatre, along with a production room and offices for the Vancouver International Film Festival. Located at 1181 Seymour Street, the theatre can accommodate seminars, live performances, film, video and multimedia presentations.

The building, designed by Hewitt and Kwasnicky, Architects, opened in September 2005 just in time for the 2005 Vancouver International Film Festival.

The annual Game Design Expo, hosted by Vancouver Film School's Game Design program, takes place in the Vancity Theatre.

External links

  • Vancouver International Film Centre Official Site

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