Filed under: Documentaries
Doug Pray’s documentary delves into the often inspiring, sometimes shocking life of 85-year-old Dorian “Doc” Paskowitz, a renowned surfer, surf camp owner, doctor and sex guru who, together with his wife, brought up nine children. Paskowitz raised his family in a camper on the beach, home-schooling them and requiring them to follow a strict lifestyle regimen. Now, his grown children speak out about how their unique upbringing affected them.
Canadian Art. Your Screen. Enjoy the creations of some of Canada’s acclaimed contemporary visual artists, available wherever you have access to a computer screen. Ranging from thoughtful to witty, absurd to sublime, CODE Screen 2010 is showcasing the work of more than 100 of Canada’s finest creators, including nearly 20 recipients of the Governor General’s Award for Visual and Media Arts. Whether it’s a table-hockey-playing organ or an orderly procession of living bees, this virtual gallery will eventually host art by dozens of our country’s most luminous minds.
Learn more about the collections, artists and curators with CODE Screen 2010’s easy-to-use interactive application. Upon installation, you’ll receive an automatic prompt whenever a new exhibit is launched. Come back to vancouver2010.com/CODE whenever you need an art break.
Exhibition No. 10
When the Night Comes
Curated by Nathalie de Blois
Exhibition No. 11 — February 2, 2010
Exhibition No. 12 — February 16, 2010
Exhibition No. 13 — March 2, 2010
Exhibition No. 14 — March 16, 2010