Thought-provoking, riveting and immersive — the art of filmmaking always had the ability to tell stories in such unique ways. But Erratic Pictures, a Calgary-based film production company, is taking filmmaking from screen to virtual reality.

Anna Cooley and Brandon DeWyn, the duo behind Erratic Pictures, experiment with virtual reality through their upcoming series Everyone We Know Will Be There VR.

It’s a Tuesday evening, and the newly-opened Montana’s restaurant in Airdrie is packed, with more than a 20-minute wait to be seated. The air smells of barbeque sauce and burgers. The room is stuffy with the crowds of people.

Jack of all artistic trades, Bruce Horak, has made a career for himself in both the performing arts and music. His newest endeavor is painting, focusing on portraits and dabbling in landscapes.

He tours Canada and the United States for his art shows all while being one of Canada’s only legally blind visual artists. 

Vinyl is special for Callum Stewart because it makes the act of listening to music a big deal. When his friends are over, they have to flip through the stacks, pick and pull out the record and drop the needle. From there, it’s only full albums, he said. No singles.