2008 Vancouver International Film Festival award winners are announced
Rory Richards (L) of Richards and Chan PR and Gregor Robertson the Vision mayoral candidate for November 15th, Vancouver Municipal Elections arrive at the Wall Centre party after the closing gala screening of "The Class" at the Empire Granville 7 Theater on the last day of the Vancouver International Film Festival in Vancouver, British Columbia, October 10, 2008. (UPI Photo/Heinz Ruckemann)
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