Chhalla Mud Ke Nahi Aaya (Review)

Chhalla Mud Ke Nahi Aaya (“Chhalla Didn’t Come Back”) is a tribute to the early struggles of the Punjabi/Sikh community in Canada. But it’s also the personal story of Chhalla Singh (Amrinder Gill, who also

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Bond in Nunavut? Without Any Casinos?

The Spy Who Loved Me bursts onto the screen with a classic opening scene that hooks you into the action right away – James Bond skiing through the Austrian Alps, blowing away bad guys with

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Three Canadian Films for Pandemic Times

Are you going to Scarborough? Can you See For Me? Do you care about All My Puny Sorrows? Who knows? These are theatres-only films coming out this year – release dates may be delayed, theatres

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