Perfectionist, practical joker, and one of the all-time greatest exponents of jazz, Oscar Peterson is unlike any music legend that ever was or ever will be. Dubbed the "Maharajah of Piano" by Duke Ellington, his utter dedication to music for the past seven decades has taken him to the pinnacle of international success and to the depths of emotional despair. Oscar Peterson: Keeping the Groove Alive reveals the man behind the legend, featuring compelling interviews with Diana Krall, Herbie Hancock, Phil Nimmons and many more. At 78, Oscar Peterson is still performing still keeping the groove alive.
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Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews
An in-depth look at the personal life and work of controversial Canadian writer Mordecai Richler.
Bloodied But Unbowed: Early Vancouver Punk
In the late '70s and early '80s Vancouver, punk music reared its ragged rancid head and let forth a rebel howl. Director Susanne Tabata's...
Filmmaker Shelley Saywell and singer and activist Lorraine Segato document the music and stories of those living on the margins of society and bare their souls through their songs on the...
Katharine Hepburn: The Great Kate
An intimate portrait of the life and career of Hollywood screen legend Katherine Hepburn. The Great Kate was an intellectual outsider with a headstrong...
Travelling along the Pacific Northwest coastline from LA to Vancouver, this stunning documentary showcases the pioneers...
Cesar Ritz is the notorious dishwasher who revolutionizes the world’s hotel business, only to collapse when his most ambitious goal, the coronation buffet for King Edward VI, cannot take place.
A Joyful Noise
Held at St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, this concert combines the voices of two Vancouver Gospel choirs with special guests Jim Byrnes and The Sojourners.