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Diggstown Dismissed – Interview with Dorren Lee

CBC’s series Diggstown is coming to a close this month, and it’s too bad it couldn’t have lasted any longer. So far the show has covered such important topics as mental health, how pregnant trans

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THE BIRTH OF THE LEVI’S TORONTO INTERNATIONAL TEEN MOVIE FESTIVAL

FINANCING AN INDIE FILM, THE DEATH OF THE CANADIAN PRODUCER   It was the year 2000 and my associate Jonathan and I were trying to cast our production company’s  (Hiltz Squared Media) latest projects for

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Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities Features an Impressive Collection of Canadian Talent

Mexican extraordinaire and resident Ontario filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has been a busy man as of late. You might have seen his name pop up more than once in recent weeks, and no, it wasn’t

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It pays to gamble and play in casinos from home in real time

Live Internet casinos are changing the way people gamble. Now, instead of having to go to a physical casino, you can gamble anywhere you choose. This means you can gamble in the comfort of your

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EDITORIAL: Bigger Movies on Smaller Screens

Earlier this year, my parents asked me what big movies coming up were shot in Vancouver and elsewhere in our home province of BC. As far as major theatrical releases were concerned, the only title

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Man and Fish (Mini-Review)

If they say dog is man’s best friend, is fish a casual acquaintance? One should wonder. In this super short film by Reangsei Phos, a man (Michael Sui) sits alone with a fish tank that

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