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TUESDAY
09.15.2015

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Celebrate the Vancouver Latin American Film Festival

Kihada Kreative is exceptionally proud to once again be supporting the Vancouver Latin American Film Festival for their 13th annual event this year, and this event has to be the best yet! Their spectacular array of Latin American cinema showcasing for the first time in Vancouver inspires a mingling of cultures and encourages exploration into a diverse and colourful part of the world in an artistic and stunningly visual capacity.

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Arts, Design, Kihada, Learning
FRIDAY
07.25.2014

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Back to basics: What is branding?

In the past we have helped many companies establish their brands, and built a solid foundation with them for their businesss. We’re proud to offer our expertise in building strong foundations for new and even existing companies of all shapes and sizes. But for some of our clients, the journey can seem daunting. With so much information available out there, and so many companies promising the best for your business, it’s often hard to take that first leap into establishing a strong brand, whether your fresh out the gate or 20 years established. At Kihada, we like to make things as clear and easy to understand as we can for our clients, from the minute they walk through the door or give us that first call. But what if you don’t even know the basics? Fear not, because we’re here to make sure you know how to unlock the hidden potential in your business, starting with the brand.

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Arts, Design, Eco Finds, Film, Kihada
FRIDAY
09.21.2012

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SAMSARA: a World beyond Wonder

Since the release of Ron Fricke and Mark Madigson’s film SAMSARA, you no longer need 88 days to see the world – 99 minutes will more than suffice. In that period, you’ll reach more than 25 countries and experience hundreds of global phenomena in unbelievably vivid detail. You may also discover an unexpected sense of connection to the earth’s pulses and organic flow, channeled through the magnificent flow of images and music. Weaving together the ancient and the modern, the simple and the spectacular, and an entire spectrum of poignancy, SAMSARA truly exemplifies its Sanskrit expression of “the ever-turning wheel of life”.

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Arts
FRIDAY
02.03.2012

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El pasado es un animal grotesco – Review

As I run down the long, windowed corridor that stretches between me and the imminently-departing seabus, a busker at the far end plucks a Spanish number from the strings of his guitar, and it seems to me like an echo of the play I just attended. El pasado es un animal grotesco, written in Spanish and performed with English subtitles, struck many chords of its own in a soundtrack of lifelong yearning. The play depicts the lives of youths pulled through tension, passion, self-doubt, and rare moments of clarity. Time is marked by the slowly rotating stage across which the paths of four Argentinians are strewn.

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Arts
SATURDAY
01.14.2012

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Pamela Masik: Performance into Reality

“My scrambled eggs this morning remind me of things I dare not write.”
Her words shake a cold angst in my chest as I read through Masik’s MySpace blog.  There is something at once so beautiful and eerily haunting about her that seems to stare back at me from the photos and articles detailing her work….

Arts
THURSDAY
06.10.2010

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Levis or Elvis?

Brand Recognition is the extent to which a brand is recognized, but is it?

Kijada Urias Painter Poet, Writer

Arts, Design, Kihada, Literature
SATURDAY
04.03.2010

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More about my dad: Alfonso Kijadurias | Update

Quijada Urias, is one of his country’s best-known writers. Roque Dalton placed him in the vanguards of Salvadorian writers and praised him for his “uninhibited contemporary vision of the world” and his ability to write of “the objects, vision, fear and neuroses of the people of contemporary Latin America.