Teenage dreams die hard — and sometimes not at all. That’s the spirit this film was made in. Not only does it tell the story of a young woman determined to marry for love in defiance of conventional early 20th-century society, the project has lived in the mind of producer Goldie Smitlener since she was […]
(Via PRNewswire) If you chose to do your National Canadian Film Day viewing online, and had an uneven experience, this new report from CIRA (the Canadian Internet Registration Authority) may shed some light on that, especially if you live in the West. CIRA has released new data on how Canadians experience Internet speed and quality […]
(Via PRNewswire) Groupe Média TFO announce it’s going international: “Louisiana Public Broadcasting will be offering the French-language educational content we produce in our Toronto studios, along with content created by our production partners,” says Glenn O’Farrell, Groupe Média TFO President and CEO. The shows are aimed at “Francophones and future Francophones” ages two to eight. […]
One of the best ways to celebrate National Canadian Film Day is if you’re in the Vancouver region is the Celluloid Social Club, hosting National Canadian Film Day tonight. Head on over to the Anza Club at 3 W 8th Avenue for some screenings and a chance to mingle with film enthusiasts and people working […]
In case anyone missed my review for Patterson’s Wager yesterday, you can see it here. Stay tuned for a review on Bon Cop, Bad Cop as well while I watch it live.
Tomorrow, April 20th, 2016, is National Canadian Film Day — and if you want to celebrate it, the most difficult part will probably be narrowing down your choices and figuring out which Canadian film(s) you’d like to see. Fortunately, NCFD has created a quiz to help you decide which film would be perfect for you […]