Water (Review)

There is a reason why they call the Indian film industry Bollywood. It is a massive culture in of itself, catering to an estimated population of 1.3 billion people, and its films are not necessarily limited to its respective market. Yet, when people of the Western world hear the term Bollywood, there is a tendency […]

Mostly VIFF

As the 35th Atlantic Film Festival wraps, thanking its sponsors, team, and audience, the 34th Vancouver International Film Festival is just beginning –– look for Nick’s coverage of the opening screening of Brooklyn later today. (Via WireService.ca) VIFF isn’t just about screenings and galas (though they’re a lot of fun) — VIFF Industry starts on […]

Movie Monday and Other Monday Movie News

Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition says Netflix and the other streaming services should have to report its subscribers’ viewing habits and other data, according to Huffington Post’s Daniel Tencer. The Liberals, along with the NDP, were reacting to findings by by the House Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage. MADD Canada’s newest School Assembly Program, 24 Hours, is […]