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The Vivascene Q & A: Archie Bronson Outfit 0

“The aim is to reach a deeper truth, embracing the madness of the imagination, and then with the conscious mind, at a later date, edit and assemble.”

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Current Swell: The Vivascene Interview 0

Victoria indie rockers Current Swell take a risk with their new album Ulysses and come up stronger.

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Nathan Silver: The Vivascene Interview 0

Cinema’s newest auteur, and a genuine American original, Nathan Silver brings us up to date on the buzz surrounding his first two films.

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The Vivascene Interview: R. Daniel Lester, Semifinalist in Broken Pencil’s Indie Writers’ Deathmatch 0

Deathmatch writer semi-finalists sound off on their convictions to our Books Editor. You can vote your choice here.

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The Vivascene Interview: Craig Calhoun, Semifinalist in Broken Pencil’s Indie Writers Deathmatch 0

Deathmatch writing contestant and semi-finalist Craig Calhoun spills forth on the contest and on his career.

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Karen Lam: The Vivascene Interview

Director Karen Lam talks about her emergence as an innovative filmmaker and boundary-pusher in the horror genre.

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Guy Maddin: The Vivascene Interview 0

Our meeting with renowned director Guy Maddin was a highlight of the ten-day cinematic celebration held in Victoria, BC, which runs until February 16th.

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We Were Lovers: The Vivascene Interview 0

There’s been considerable spectacle, pluck and sexiness propagated by Saskatoon synth-pop duo We Were Lovers in the last couple of years. With their new release Pyramids about to drop, we caught up with the charismatic Elsa Gebremichael who dished on this hotly anticipated production.

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Tom Odell: The Vivascene Interview 0

The young Brit sensation and Critics Choice award winner Tom Odell shares his perspective on early success, his songcraft, and the songs he wishes he had written.

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Katsura Sunshine: The Vivascene Interview 0

Katsura Sunshine, the Canadian born émigré now making a splash on Japanese television, is currently touring North America with a solo performance of an ancient art called Rakugo – a highly stylized form of storytelling. We recently had the opportunity to interview him.

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