Sahar, a 2014 short film by Alexander Farah, is a domestic drama dealing with the difficulties of a family in flux, built on a perceived cultural divide and the lifestyle differences between two siblings. Nadim, an industrious student who obeys his parents’ wishes, is a striking contrast to his sister, Sahar, who has stolen money […]
If you had a chance to make a wish, to wish for anything, anything at all, what would you wish for? I feel like I might’ve wished for this film actually. Well, 9-year old Antoine (Mathieu Gagne) is wishing for his issues within the family to go away. But first, we can get some father […]
The Tragically Hip, “Canada’s band,” concluded their final tour last night in Kingston, Ontario, where the band first formed. Almost as soon as they played their first shows in 1983, local college radio stations took notice. After the release of their full-length debut, Up To Here, the country took notice. However, that has always been […]
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I recently had the great pleasure of sitting down with newly crowned filmmakers, Marc Nyiti and his partner Emily Hayes. Their film Psychonaut is a wrap and in the can. They told me it all happened very fast. A bit of a whirlwind. Considering this is their first film, and it’s a feature, raised my […]