A rare image from an 1868 hunting journal depicts natives fishing in the Chilcotin River.
A rare image from an 1868 hunting journal depicts a confrontation between a Tsilhqot’in man and two Frenchmen over the unauthorized hunting of a deer.
Shawn Swanky’s dramatic and detailed artistic rendering of this meeting incorporates every known detail about the occasion.
Shawn Swanky presents dramatic new artwork from his documentary film, “The Great Darkening.”
The Shining: One of many reasons why this Stanley Kubrick movie is more interesting than you may think.
Stanley Kubrick ends “The Shining” with a puzzle. After Jack Torrance, its central character, dies, the audience sees a photograph of him at the Overlook Hotel in 1921. This photograph is impossible: for, in 1921, Jack was not yet born. Why is Jack in the photograph? And why is the date important?