This Week at EPFC North: A Bouquet of Free Screenings and Workshops!

EPFC | May 5th, 2022

Screening (Outdoors In Front of Creekside Community Recreation Centre with the EPFC Filmcycle): NOSTALGIA NOIR
Friday, May 6
9 pm – 10 pm
Nostalgia Noir is a bittersweet program of visualized diary pages, shadowy and ephemeral echoes of daydreams…The films featured offer intimate whispers of mental illness, loss, and loneliness that resonate with deep significance to those who know, and are incomprehensible to the rest. Co-presented with Media Monsters. Creekside Community Recreation Centre is located at 1 Athletes Way, Vancouver BC V5Y 0B1. Free event! All welcome!

Saturday, May 7
1 pm – 3 pm at Roundhouse Performance Centre

World Premiere Screening and Panel Discussion | FREE to the public by registering @: Eventbrite: How Climate Change Affects Love

The future is bright for BC Youth Week celebrations at the Roundhouse May 2 – 7, 2022.The Department of Decolonization, Arts and Culture is proud to present the world premiere of How Climate Change Affects Love.

Youth become cinematic storytellers in Re-storying Your Future. Part of a 3 month residency, youth and young adults developed a script and created their own narratives on climate change in a 48 hour film shoot. Their new film How Love Affects Climate Change examines what concessions a newlywed couple must make towards affirming their love and mitigating climate change.

This production was developed by Vancouver Park Board: Decolonization, Arts and Culture in partnership with Echo Park Film Centre North and Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House – Frames Film Program, and the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre.

Details on BC Youth Week can be found here:

Screening (Outdoors at secret location): LADIES & GENTLEMEN, THE FABULOUS STAINS
Saturday, May 7
8 pm – 10 pm
The Filmcycle Summer Screening Series kicks off with one of our all time favorite films: Ladies and Gentleman, The Fabulous Stains! Made in Vancouver in 1980, we’ll be screening the film at a location pictured in the movie. Bring your roller skates! Write us at for details and location. Free event! Everyone welcome!

Workshop (In Person at Moberly Fieldhouse): ALL YOU NEED IS MOM
Sunday, May 8
1 pm – 4 pm
Today we celebrate all the beings who mother us with an all-ages outdoor animation workshop… explore direct animation, cut-out animation, claymation, stop motion and more! Fun for the whole family! Free online event! Everyone welcome!

This Week At EPFC North

EPFC | April 8th, 2019

A great slate of free events coming up this week at the EPFC North Moberly Fieldhouse!

Tuesday, April 9: Sketching The Garden – 11 AM – 1 PM in conjunction with Art Club Frome, Somerset UK!

Saturday, April 13: Bring your family films and photos to share at Home Movies Night – 7 PM – 10 PM. There will be cake!

Sunday, April 14: we’ll use the sun to develop some interesting images at Feeling Blue: An Introduction to Cyanotypes… Wear old clothes or bring an apron… it could get messy!

All events are FREE! Everyone welcome!

7646 Prince Albert Street, Vancouver, BC (at 59th Avenue… between Knight and Fraser)

It’s Time For ACTION! New Summer Series at EPFC!

EPFC | May 7th, 2017

ACTION! Cinema As Sanctuary

Political documentary films take on a renewed role amid a reinvigorated rage against immigrants, refugees and people of color in many places around the world. Through politically engaged cinematic work, many filmmakers are confronting old and new forms of racism, the deepening ungrievability of Black and Brown lives, and precarious realities faced by minority communities including indigenous peoples, the elderly, refugees, women and children. ACTION! Cinema As Sanctuary features political documentary films and filmmaking workshops that re-assert the images and stories that remind us that a compassionate world rooted upon solidarity, friendship, and collective action is possible.

All events are FREE! Check the EPFC Cinema and Workshop calendars for more details.

Curated Nerve Macaspac of the Echo Park Film Center, with special support provided by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.