All tickets $5 ALT | Black History Month Buy Tickets Teen Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man of his reality, crossing his path with five
All tickets $5
ALT | Black History Month
Teen Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man of his reality, crossing his path with five counterparts from other dimensions to stop a threat for all realities.
“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is one of the most phenomenal experiences you’ll ever have at the movies. This movie is what would happen if you took all the action and complex plots from the live-action Marvel movies, added the heart, humor and relatability of a Pixar film, with all of the dialogue by the staff writers of Atlanta. […]
This movie solidifies that our heroes not only wear black, they are black, and they speak Spanish, and code, and tag walls, and stick to walls, and save the world all before sneaking back into their dorm to get ready for class.” Jason Johnson, The Root
“Tragic news for anyone who’s sick of superhero movies: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse completely reinvigorates the genre, reaffirms why it’s resonating with a diverse modern audience that’s desperate to fight the power, and reiterates to us how these hyper-popular spandex myths are able to reinvent themselves on the fly whenever things get stale.” David Ehrlich, Indiewire
“It’s a movie for everyone.” AO Scott, New York Times
+ Short Film (Oscar nominee Hair Love) + Animation Talk
Local illustrators/animators Akem, Johnnie Christmas, Pearl Low and Miguel Gamez will join us for a post screening discussion on illustration/animation, graphic novels, projects and more. Some displayed art work will be available for sale.
Akem is a Black Canadian that lives and works in Vancouver. She paints backgrounds for the animation industry. Her first published picture book as an illustrator comes out Feb 2020.
Johnnie Christmas is the co-creator of the graphic novel series Angel Catbird (with acclaimed writer Margaret Atwood).
Pearl Low is an Afro-Asian Story Artist, Illustrator and Comics Artist based in Vancouve. Most of her works are rooted in themes of self-love, acceptance and Chinese-Canadian and Caribbean-Canadian experiences.
Miguel Gamez is a senior animator at Wildbrain Studios.
All tickets for this show $5 (no further discounts apply)
(Saturday) 11:45 am - 1:00 pm
VIFF Vancity Theatre