No Fun City is now available to watch online on Indieflix and
is already getting some great reviews!
More No Fun City Press
Some recent press in Rolling Stone and
Pitchfork about the No Fun City
documentary and Vancouver's punk scene.
Watch No Fun City Online
No Fun City will be coming to indieflix in January 2013.
No Fun City documentary screening + Panel Discussion Nov 18th at The Waldorf, 2:30pm. $7. Panel 4pm free admission.
It's been ages since we have had a Vancouver screening so we're very excited about this upcoming event!
No Fun City will be screening
at Film Church Sundays at the Waldorf
and afterwards we will be moderating a discussion panel featuring cast members and local noisemakers Wendy Thirteen (The Cobalt/Funky's), David Duprey (Rickshaw Theatre), Justin Gradin (Emergency Room), Ryan McCormick (Safe Amp) and Sarah Blyth (Chair of the Vancouver Park Board).
Should be a lively discussion!
No Fun City continues it's tour of independent and DIY venues
Next up is a space called Zucker (Sugar) in Darmstadt Germany, as part of VideoPunk on Sept 25th. Sweet!
BUY NO FUN CITY ON DVD!
What to get for the punk who has everything? Just in time for xmas - No Fun City is finally available on DVD. For only 19.99$ + shipping (24.99$ intl) you can own your very own copy of the critically acclaimed, award winning DIY film plus while supplies last we'll throw in some pins and postcards too!
No Fun City won Best Feature in the no-budget category at the Toronto Independent Film Festival! Plus we had awesome screenings last month at Halifax Pop Explosion, Hamburg Radar Fest, our Berlin premiere and 4-day run at Sputnik Kino as well as screenings in Dusseldorf and Nuremberg. Many thanks to Jens Truemmer for European dates!.
If you haven't had a chance to catch any of the NO FUN CITY screenings, you will be soon able to watch the film on TV! NFC will make its TV debut on SuperChannel digital channels throughout Canada starting May 3rd to June 3rd.
Seattle screening in the works for June - more info soon!
19/02/2011 - Not only did we have a packed screening on the opening night, and a truly enlightening time at SpringBoard Talks , but No Fun City is also very proud to announce that we won Best Documentary at the Victoria film Festival this month. Such an honor, thanks so much to VFF for being awesome and supporting Canadian independent film and emerging talent!
28/12/2010 - Hello! After a brief screening hiatus we are now back in business and the film will be popping up at festivals and indie theaters the world over in 2011.
27/08/2010 - No Fun City Funraiser Show Sept 4th at the Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver.
Film screening at 7pm + performances by bands from the film VAPID, DEFEKTORS, TWIN CRYSTALS, FURIES + DJ JHAG (3 Inches of Blood) + VERY SPECIAL GUESTS!
02/05/2010 - Mayor Gregor Robertson has been personally invited to the premiere of No Fun City. Read the letter
UPDATE: No Fun City will premiere in Vancouver on May 10 2010, as part of the DOXA Film Festival. For more info and to purchase tickets visit the No Fun City DOXA page
Is live music being silenced? Cities around the world are experiencing the death of the independent live music venue. With the proliferation of condo developments in low-income artist communities, ensuing noise complaints, the commercialization of large music venues, and the rise in stringent city zoning and liquor regulations, small local music venues around the world are struggling to stay open.
No Fun City is a film about the underground music scene in Vancouver and its ongoing struggle in a city that seems hell-bent on shutting down all the fun. Witnessing the ups and downs of life behind the scenes, we watch as venues are closed, parties are raided, and musicians resort to playing in illegal venues, warehouses, and even parking lots. No Fun City focuses on the lives of local promoters such as Wendy 13 from the Cobalt and Malice Liveit from the Sweatshop as they face police raids, evictions, deportation, million dollar lawsuits, and city hall in order to keep Vancouver's underground music scene alive.
The film features interviews and performances of current local bands such as 3 Inches of Blood, Japandroids, Nu Sensae, Sex Negatives, as well as legendary Vancouver bands such as DOA, Subhumans and Skinny Puppy.
No Fun City is about the fight to keep underground music alive and how to do it yourself when things stand in your way.