A Shade of Grey (Review)

A Shade of Grey, a 2013 short film by Hervé Demers, is a coming-of-age story about loss, the continuum of youth, and the subtle trickle of emotions that comes after a calamity. In a rural town in Quebec, nine-year-old Noémy enjoys the pastoral lifestyle of a family farm, where she and her family tends to […]

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News Today (Video)

Over on Northern Stars, a report about the NFB short animation, BAM is getting its own tribute wall. (via HBO’s gay drama Looking is making a return, in movie form. (via CBC) J. Caesar‘s costume designer Beverley Kobelsky talks about her inspiration that led to the costumes for the post apocalypse and shows what […]


Sticks and Stones (Review)

Far away in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily, Siciliambiente, an annual film festival focusing on environmental issues and social change welcomes documentaries, short films and animation from around the world. As the festival’s 2016 edition is about to start (July 19th to 24th), it’s a great occasion to talk about Isaac King and his animated […]